"Minnesota, I was kind of expecting that one," said Wolitarsky. "The coach told me he liked me, and he showed me a lot to the head coach. And Hawaii, I knew the coaches liked me so we sent film to Norm Chow and they offered."
While Wolitarsky wasn't surprised by Minnesota, he was with Hawaii and Nevada.
Now he's hoping more pleasant surprises make their way to him.
Wolitarsky said that he thought the Aztecs could be on the cusp of offering with another in-state program.
"San Diego State and San Jose State, I think they might be the best bets to offer next," said Wolitarsky. "And Colorado State's receivers coach said he's going to talk with me more after he showed them my film."
He also wants to visit a couple of the schools that have offered.
"I'm trying to get out to Nevada to meet with the coaches in a couple of weeks and then I want to go out to Minnesota over the summer," said Wolitarsky.
Wolitarsky is planning all of that around a busy summer with his own team, with twice-weekly round robin passing league and weekend passing tournaments with Canyon.
"It's going to be busy the next couple months, but you only get one chance to do this," said Wolitarsky.
Wolitarsky said he would like to take a couple of visits this fall.
"I really want to see West Point because I've always been interested in the Army, and Hawaii is a beautiful place and a school I'm really interested in. I've been to Arizona before, but I want to go there again."
Wolitarsky said he is squared away academically, with a 3.5 GPA and a 1590 on the SAT.