With his big numbers have come several accolades, including a spot in the first annual West Coast Bowl this Sunday at the Home Depot Center, a star-studded event that will showcase some of the top college prospects in the 2013 class.
"This is a big honor to be invited out here," Wolitarsky said. "It's a great experience to get a feel for what it's going to be like in college, playing against great athletes, and everyone with the same type of talent."
Along with participating in the all-star game, Wolitarsky also plans to bring a close to the recruiting process, and announce his college decision on Sunday.
"San Jose is close to home so my parents could come watch me play every weekend. They are really family-oriented there as well. Coach McIntyre kind of set that up but I talked with the new staff and they are going to keep that going.
"Minnesota is farther away but my parents could still make it out there. It's a great location right next to the cities and a great atmosphere. There are a lot of nice people and everyone loves football."
So what will be the big factors that go into his decision?
"First of all you have to be comfortable. Also the coaches and the players, but mostly the players though, because the coaches might leave, so you can't depend your decision on a coach," Wolitarsky said. "Somewhere with a really nice atmosphere, nice facilities and somewhere that I like to be."
One thing is certain, whichever school is able to secure Wolitarsky's commitment will be getting a polished wide receiver with a knack for making plays.
Scout.com will have more on Drew Wolitarsky's decision on Sunday.