First Offer For Worstell

Another of Ohio's quarterbacks can now claim a Division-I offer, as Canton GlenOak's Reid Worstell picked up an offer from Akron Monday. Worstell impressed as a junior starter last season, and will be expected to throw more this season.

The class of 2013 in Ohio may very well be known for the talented quarterbacks at the end of the day, with at least ten players currently holding Division-I offers. The latest is Canton GlenOak's Reid Worstell.

"Wanted you to know Reid picked up his first offer today," Rick Worstell, the player's father, said. "Akron and Coach (Terry) Bowden let us know this morning they were extending an offer."

Worstell, 6-foot-3, 205-pounds, has several other programs in contact, and many will be at the school this moth to see him throw.

As a junior, Worstell threw for 932 yards and a 58% completion rate, after missing the first part of the season due to illness. He will be expected to throw more this season, following the graduation of five-star tailback Brionte Dunn.

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