Callaway, 6-foot-2, 185-pounds, threw for over 2,000 yards last season as a sophomore, completing over 60% of his passes. College recruiters are showing interest.
"I've had a lot of schools in to see me the past two weeks," Callaway stated. "Northwestern, Cincinnati, Toledo, Miami of Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia and Kent State have all been to my school. They all want to see me in camp to see me throw, and they said they like my film."
"I will be throwing next week after school and a few schools are supposed to be stopping by," he added. "Ohio State, Cincinnati, Toledo, West Virginia and a few others are going to come see me throw. My coach let a bunch of them know I would be throwing, and these are the schools that said they would definitely be there."
Summer camps will be important to Callaway, and he is in the process of putting together his schedule of which schools to go see.
"I'm not sure, but I might be going on the Raw Talent Sports bus tour, which hits a lot of schools," he explained. "I've already told Ohio State, Cincinnati, Michigan and West Virginia that I would definitely be at one of their camps for sure."
Callaway is also an accomplished baseball player, who holds an offer from Ohio State, but he is working hard on becoming a better quarterback as well.
"I'm a lot faster and my forty-time is now under 4.6," he admitted. "I'm working on improving my footwork and becoming an overall smarter quarterback. I want to make better reads this year, although I didn't throw many interceptions last year."