He's going down to the wire.
That's the news of the Brent Schaeffer camp Sunday night.
The four-star quarterback from
"I don't want to make up my mind yet, until I finish all my visits," said Schaeffer, who passed for 3,144 yards and 33 touchdowns this season. "I've liked all my visits so far, but want to make sure I see everyone before I make such a big decision."
But despite seriously considering the Wildcats still,
Schaeffer does have some concerns with K-State. First of all, the town of
"They use the mobile quarterback, but they haven't adapted to the NFL very well," he said. "Their system just isn't used in the NFL and that's one of my goals, to make it to the next level. But I'd fit in well in their offense."
And while that is a major concern for Schaeffer when it
comes to K-State, it's the opposite for
"They throw the ball a lot and have a great coaching staff there," he said. "It's a great place to play football."
And it becomes more and more clear that Schaeffer doesn't want to be considered just a QB that can run with the ball, despite his 18 rushing touchdowns this season. He used his running ability to set up his passing.
"I scramble to get the ball downfield," he said. "I'm always looking downfield to make a play. I'll run it if I have to, but I always look to pass first."