"I know they have a fast-paced offense. And they've had great players like Tavon Austin. I really like that. I'm thinking about going up there during spring break."
Despite a huge sophomore season, Slade is not satisfied and is working hard to improve.
"I'm working on a quicker release and trying to stay in the pocket more," said the 6-foot, 175-pound Slade. "I'm also focused on getting better at reading defenses."
He has high goals for his junior season.
We went 12-3 last year, so we want to do better than that," Slade said. "Our main goal is to win a state championship."