A standout cornerback as a sophomore, Avery is likely to get the majority of his offers on the defensive side of the ball.
However, there are a few schools, such as Arizona, that believe he will be a successful quarterback on the next level.
"I've worked hard the past year on my passing and I'm starting to get into a groove," Avery said. "It's just a different thought process playing quarterback and working on hitting guys in stride is all on me, as is being a leader."
Arizona would seem to have a natural in with Avery, as his brother Courtney is currently a safety on Michigan that was recruited by Rich Rodriguez.
Currently, Avery has not paid a lot of attention to college recruiters.
"I've gotten some interest from some really good schools, but a lot of it is just mail right now," Avery said. "This past season has been huge because of my switch of positions and everything like that. Once everything is over I will probably sit down with my family and see where everything is."
In the meantime, Avery is continuing to improve.
"I'm pretty thin and now that it looks like I could be playing quarterback it's important that I continue to get bigger, because I'm going to take a beating and I have to be able to deal with that."