Ulmer said with his college decision behind him, he is just focused on improving in the weight room and on the field.
The 6-foot, 180-pound dual-threat quarterback said he still hears from the Maryland coaches frequently and he talks about getting back out to campus. Ulmer also discusses his plans for the summer and what he thinks about the Terps' newly released Big Ten schedule in the video below.
Scout's Take (NE Regional Recruiting Analyst Brian Dohn)
What to Like
Ulmer is the athletic and loose, and will be a terror for defenses to corral in the open field. He is elusive, can change directions quickly and has very good acceleration. His is a smooth runner and has very good speed to get to the corner on scrambles.
When it comes to the passing game, Ulmer is not as refined but that is not to say talent doesn't exist. At times, he shows good arm strength, an ability to ready coverages and make quick decisions. He also gets rid of the ball quickly on several plays, particularly on the short and mid-range throws.
What Needs to Improve
Ulmer needs to improve his footwork so his arm is in sync with his feet. He also has a long release on passes down the field, and that could be the difference in a college safety getting into coverage.
He also needs to develop more comfort and patience in the pocket and not look to run any time he sees an open lane.
?Ulmer is talented, but he needs to have his mechanics refined. It will take some time, but the dual-threat aspect of Ulmer's game is incredibly intriguing and definitely worth the gamble for the Terps. If it clicks for Ulmer, he will be a headache for Big Ten defenses for a few seasons.
Coach's Take(St. John's College HS Coach Joe Patterson)
"He [Ulmer} showed tremendous progress throughout the season last year," Patterson said. "He was leaps and bounds better from his sophomore year to his junior year. He has tremendous up side. Will is very athletic. He is the fastest play I had the pleasure of coaching."
"He [Ulmer} improved his decision-making ability, command of the offense, and his abillty to play within the offensive scheme," Patterson said. "I think he can make every throw on the field. We've been a no huddle team and he's been able to approach that with proper demeanor.
"By design, our offense last year, we were in shotgun a fair amount," Patterson said. "So, he's working on drops backs and throwing in the pocket. He's pretty good with his eyes down field. It's really to continue to work on his foot game and the screen game."