"I'd describe myself as a pocket passer," said Siller. "Some people say that I have the ability to run with the ball, but I like to throw from the pocket."
Following a couple strong camp performances, the St. Mary's Prep prospect has also developed into one of the more sought-after quarterbacks in the midwest region, picking up scholarship offers from Bowling Green, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Minnesota, Northwestern and Toledo.
"I feel that I have a top three which is Louisville, Northwestern and Ohio State," he said. "Ohio State hasn't offered, but I went there for camp and really liked it up there."
Siller, who also camped at Michigan, has no set plans for any additional unofficial visits this summer, but hopes to make the trip south to the Derby City early next month.
"I want to go down to Louisville the first week of August, but I'm not sure I'll be able to," he explained. "I would love to go down there to visit. I have family down there and have been to Louisville a couple of times, but I've never seen the school."
With the start of practice quickly approaching, Siller admitted that he'd like to make his college choice prior to the start of his senior season.
"I want to get it done before the season starts, but if I don't come to a conclusion I could take a little longer," he said. "It's a really tough decision."