"I think I play like a lot of these really good short quarterbacks you see now," Conroy said. "I've made a ton of strides on the football field on the mental and physical part of the game.
"I'm understanding pre-snap reads better and how to lead the receiver at the right angle, things like that. Then when you factor in that I can still use my feet as a big advantage as well, I feel that I'm progressing in the right direction."
Not surprisingly, the 5-foot-8, 165-pound athlete has been hearing from plenty of schools.
"My recruitment has picked up," Conway said. "I went out to Nebraska for junior day and it was a really good time. Football is what matters there and the facilities are first rate.
"I'm also going to take a trip to ASU here soon. They have been trying to get me down there. I have talked to Arizona a little bit also."
More importantly, Conway has to decide if he wants to pursue football in college, because he is also a national basketball recruit.
"I'm going to decide here in the coming months which sport I'm going to focus on at the next level," he said. "I like both sports and I feel I can do either, but I want to go all in on one.
"Whatever sport I choose, I want to go to a school that has a big-time tradition and a place where not only are you playing for your team, but you're also representing a community."