"It's just really exciting," Wassink said. "It's always great for a first time offer, it's just awesome. It's a great feeling."
Wassink passed for 1,740 yards and 13 touchdowns while completing 65-percent of his passes last season. He also added 14 rushing touchdowns while leading the Sailors to the state finals.
As a sophomore, his first as varsity starter, he also lead the team to the state title game, but was injured and missed the championship game.
His on-field production along with his outstanding academic profile lead colleges to begin recruiting him. He still has many following him closely and will continue to throw for schools through the spring and summer.
"I was going to maybe throw for Michigan State, that's the one I know right now."
And of course, he will give a very serious look to Western Michigan.
"I think I'm going to go back there Monday morning. I've been there a couple times. They didn't have great record last year, but they're definitely a rising program. They have a lot to offer. The coaching staff is great. Coach Fleck has a lot of energy and they're definitely a great program."