Quarterback Warren Suess Favors Two

Cedar Rapids Washington features headliner WR Adrian Arrington. However, one prospect that has gone un-noticed happens to throw the ball to Arrington. Warren Suess has Hawkeye bloodlines with father, Phil, a former 70's starter. He currently favors two schools, do the Hawks happen to be one?

Warren Suess is a quarterback prospect from Cedar Rapids (Ia.) Washington High School. Suess, 6-4 and 185 pounds, passed for 1,160 yards (74/138) for 12 touchdowns and three interceptions last season as a junior.

"I am a throwing QB that has the athleticism to run," Suess said. "I have a pretty strong arm and I make good decisions."

Phil Suess, his father, played quarterback too and he was a Iowa Hawkeye.

"My dad has taught me patience. We watch tape together, he has taught me about coverages, defense and the way I carry myself as the team leader."

Currently, Suess is hearing from schools like Iowa, Iowa State, Vanderbilt, Northwestern and Michigan. For now, he has two leaders.

"I really like Iowa and Michigan. I have always been a fan of Iowa. They are just a half hour from home and my father played there.

"Michigan has just always had a great program with terrific tradition. It would be fun to play in the Big House. Coach (Lloyd) Carr seems like a great leader to follow.

"I also like Vandy, Northwestern, Stanford and California. I want to take my visits. Academics are first and I want to go to a school that can help advance me in life. Coaching is important and I have to fit in."

Suess just got back from the Nike Camp at Michigan. Speaking of Michigan, he has camped there the last three summers. This summer, he hopes to camp at Iowa and Iowa State. Suess carries a 3.45 GPA and has already scored a 26 ACT.

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