With U of L offer, QB Siller weighs options

Justin Siller, a 6'4, 200-pound quarterback prospect, is one of the top players in the Midwest. With several offers in hand, including one from Louisville, Siller has plenty of options to consider and he doesn't seem to be in any hurry to make a rash decision. InsideTheVille.com has the latest.

Justin Siller, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound quarterback from St. Mary's High in Orchard Lake, Mich. is undoubtedly one of the state's top signal callers.

"I can not complain," Siller responded when asked how the recruiting process was going. "I went down to camp at Ohio State and Michigan. I worked out some and then got to go out and see the campuses. I liked what I saw at both places."

Siller also plays alongside some highly recruited teammates like Dionte Allen and Taurian Washington.

"I went to Ohio State with some of my teammates," Siller said. "We had a good time. We are all just trying to enjoy it while we can."

Siller broke down his strengths as a quarterback.

"I think my biggest asset is my ability to create when or if a play breaks down," Siller said of his talents. "I also think that I have good composure and my specialty my ability to deliver the deep ball."

Siller has racked up an impressive offer list.

"I have offers from Louisville, Northwestern, Indiana, Minnesota and Illinois." Siller informed. "I am also interested in Ohio State. I would say that those are my main schools at this time."

Northwestern is a school high on Siller's list, and he was saddened to hear the news of Randy Walker's passing, a coach that he had formed a great relationship with.

"I have been out to visit Northwestern," Siller began. "Coach Walker was easily one of my favorite coaches throughout this whole process. It was very, very sad and unfortunate."

Siller is open within the process at this time, and he believes that there is a strong possibility that he will have to push back his original period for a commitment.

"I wanted to make a commitment before my senior season began," Siller explained. "I underestimated how difficult it would be to have a college decision. I am having a hard time with it right now. At this time I am not sure when I will make a decision."

As a junior, Siller reports he threw for 1,900 yards, rushed for 500 yards, and combined for 30 touchdowns earning All-City, All-League, All-County, and All Catholic honors.

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