"Once I started traveling out of (Westlake Village) California to visit schools, I realized that distance won't be a big deal and it won't effect me in college," said Wiser, from talent-laden Oaks Christian High School.
"I have ten or eleven offers now, the most recent was from Northwestern and nine of them are written. I went to the B2G Elite camp, but I don't plan on going to any other camps this summer. At the B2G, I only did one work out because I had to leave early with my high school seven-on-seven league.
"I would like to commit by end of summer so I'm doing the early action application for Stanford. Even though they've offered me, I still have to apply to get into the school because of the academics. If I finish filling out my application in the next few weeks and send it in, I could get their response by early August. My test scores were good enough and they've assured me that I shouldn't have any trouble getting accepted," Wiser said.
"Oregon was one of my first offers. I went to their junior day and the coaches have all been there a long time so there is some stability there. I like their facilities and my teammate, Anthony Gildon (cornerback), is committed to Oregon.
"I keep in contact with Duke every week. Their receiver coach, (Scottie) Montgomery, is a younger guy so we can relate, but he also played in the NFL so he knows what it takes to get to the next level," he said. "I was impressed with the attitude of the football staff because they are only in their third year, but they are determined to go high places.
"Virginia wasn't recruiting me at first. Then my coach sent them my tape and they liked it, so they offered me. It's a great school all-around, so I am taking an unofficial visit in August. Virginia and Stanford are recruiting me the hardest right now," Wiser said.
Wiser has a 35" vertical jump.
He reports a 3.9 core GPA, 29 ACT and 1900 SAT.