Dana Hills (Calif.) quarterback Sean Schroeder (6-3, 190), is keeping a busy schedule this spring as the southpaw waits for his first offer.
“Recruiting has been pretty good,” said Schroeder. “I’ve been speaking with some schools. Right now, I’m pretty much waiting for the first offer and waiting for a school to give me a chance to play at the next level.”
Several schools have been in contact with Schroeder.
“I’m hearing from Boise State, Duke, Cal, Stanford, UCLA, Purdue, Colorado and Oregon State,” said Schroeder. “Right now, I know I have to go to some schools camps this summer and I have to decide which ones to attend since they’re all in the same time.”
Schroeder has also taken in some unofficial visits in the previous few months.
“I went up to UCLA (on Saturday) and I spoke with Coach (Rick) Neuheisel and Coach (Norm) Chow and got to meet them and that was good. I have been up to Cal and saw a game there, and I’ve always gone to USC practices,” said Schroeder. “I was up at Stanford for the Nike Camp. I visited Duke this offseason and North Carolina as well.”
In the meantime, Boise State and Duke have been in contact with him the most.
“I hear from Boise State on a weekly basis right now and I talked to Duke’s head coach, David Cutcliffe,” said Schroeder. “My sister goes to school in North Carolina, and her graduation is in May, so I’ll go out there again and he wants to visit with me.”
Schroeder said he’s in no real hurry to make a decision, but if a school he has mutual interest in were to offer, he could see himself making an early decision.
“If a school is right for me, I’d let the process play out and I’d jump on it,” said Schroeder. “I really look at the program as a factor in my decision. And first, I’m looking at academics.”
Distance, Schroeder said, won’t play a factor in his decision.
“My family is open to me leaving and I’m open to going anywhere,” said Schroeder. “My sister want away for school.”
Last fall, Schroeder led Orange County in passing percentage with a 67% completion percentage.
This spring, he’ll keep himself busy with camps.
“I’m planning on attending the UnderArmour Scout Combine, the Nike Camp at Stanford and the Elite 11 at Berkeley,” said Schroeder.
Schroeder also participated in the Clarkson Quarterback Academy, and drew rave reviews for his standout performance there.
An excellent student, Schroeder has a 3.9 GPA and took the SAT last month for the first time.