Dysert Shines at NHSASC Camp

Ada, Ohio's Zac Dysert might be the top quarterback prospect in Ohio for 2007. Dysert competed in the Elite Skills Camp at the Browns Stadium Tuesday and did well for himself. Dysert has 6 scholarship offers and seems to be a prospect on the rise. Bill Greene has more on this young gunslinger.

Zac Dysert, Ada, continued his fine spring with a solid performance at the Elite Skills Camp in Cleveland Tuesday afternoon. Dysert has scholarship offers from Troy, Cincinnati, Ball State, Western Michigan, Central Michigan and Akron. He spoke about three of his favorites.

"I like the Ball State program a lot," Dysert stated. "Their campus is really nice and they just added new turf. I like their weight room and I like their style of play. They throw the football a lot. I was there last weekend and had a great visit. They talked about me eventually succeeding Nate Davis.'

"I like Cincinnati too. They just built a new football complex and their facilities are first-class. Plus they play in a great conference. I'm still wide open as far as my college choices right now though.'

"Troy is appealing to me as well. We run their offense at Ada and I like it. I'll probably be going there this summer for a visit and I'll probably go back to Ball State and Cincinnati one more time too."

Dysert, 6' 3" and 180 pounds, is starting to hear from some other schools as well, including two from the Big-10.

"Bowling Green and Miami of Ohio have been in contact this week and Miami said they would be offering in the near future," Dysert explained. "I'm pretty excited that Michigan State and Wisconsin have been in touch this week also. Michigan State said they are just now getting their recruiting areas sorted out for their assistants and they said they will keep on evaluating me. Utah has been recruiting me too. Coach Aaron Alford was recruiting me when he was at Akron and now that he's at Utah he has continued recruiting me."

Coming off a strong combine showing in Cleveland, Dysert said he has plans to continue showcasing his talents throughout the spring and summer.

"I was invited to the Elite-11 quarterback camp at Penn State," Dysert said. "I will be going there for sure. I'm also planning on going to a lot of one-day camps at several different colleges."

Dysert just might be the top quarterback prospect in the Buckeye state. Don't let the fact that he's from a small high school fool you. The college recruiters know who he is. If he can build off his fine performance in Cleveland, Zac Dysert should be able to add to his already impressive offer list. While not possessing the strongest arm in the world, Dysert can make all the throws and has a remarkable touch on the football. He is a player we will track very closely in 2007.

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