Wieclaw, 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, plays wide receiver and kicks for his team.
"I had a good year," he said. "On offense, I had 35 catches for 485 yards. On field goals, I was 9-for-11 with one game-winner and a long of 52."
Wieclaw, who was two field goals short of the national record for a high school career, recently picked up his first scholarship offer.
"Last week I got offered by Miami," he said. "That was big. Not only was it my first one but it came from a great program. I'm going down there on December 14th for an official visit and I'll make my decision then. I don't have anything else scheduled for now."
It appears Wieclaw wants to see the school in person before making a commitment.
"I've been to Miami but I haven't been on the campus," he said. "I definitely wanna check it out to see if it's for me. They're a great program with a lot of tradition but they're struggling some this year."
The talented kicker was being recruited by Illinois but it appears they're no longer in the picture.