Guadagni, 6-foot-2, 180-pounds, has put up big numbers the past two seasons at Hudson and is one of Ohio's top 2015 prospects. He currently holds five offers.
"The Nike Combine definitely helped me, and people were able to see how athletic I am," Guadagni stated. "It has helped people see I'm a true dual threat, not just a pocket passer. I have offers from Buffalo, Western Michigan, Toledo, Kent State and Akron."
"The Akron offer just came Monday," he added. "I have been to Toledo for a game and also visited for a junior day. I like Toledo a lot. Kent State is a new offer and I've been there for a visit, and think a lot of the school."
Several others are showing interest in Guadagni, and he has a few spring visits planned.
"I'm going to see Northwestern for spring practice, and I really like their program a lot," he explained. "I also want to visit James Madison, Kentucky, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh this spring. I've kept in touch with Northwestern and they are going to be stopping by my school."
"Pittsburgh has been to my school and I have spoken with the coaches," he continued. "I want to visit Pitt, probably for a spring practice. Cincinnati is a school I'm very interested in. This spring I'm going to be in the weight room, looking to add bulk."
As a junior, Guadagni threw for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdown passes. He is also an impressive runner, and is a true dual threat quarterback.