Wezensky, MSU have mutual interest

2016 Fort Wayne Bishop Luers quarterback has multiple family members that attended MSU; impressed at camp this summer.

Michigan State has always been on Noah Wezensky,'s mind, as he grew up a big fan of the Spartans.

"My mom went there and all so it runs in the family," he said.

It wasn't just his mom, however, as three aunts and his maternal grandfather also attended Michigan State.

Now, the 2016 Fort Wayne Bishop Luers quarterback is on the Spartans' radar as a football recruit.

He camped in East Lansing this summer and impressed.

"I talked to Coach (Brad) Salem and Coach (Mark) Dantonio," Wezensky said. "I stayed after with Austin Mack and Jordan Hogue and we got to talk with the coaches.

"Coach Salem really liked me and got my information. I've talked to him a couple times and I'm going to go back up for a game this fall."

Wezensky said Michigan State offers a lot to a recruit in his eyes.

"There's a lot to like (about MSU)," he said. "The coaches. The traditions. Being in the Big Ten Conference. Even little things, like the Nike jerseys. The facilities. Overall, the football program has been on the rise for quite some time and they produce some good quarterbacks."

For now, Wezensky is focused on the high school season at Bishop Luers and trying to help the team win its fifth straight state title.

Wezensky is competing with senior Quinn Cook for the starting spot, but has been putting in extra work with fellow 2016 recruit Mack.

"We've been staying after practice, getting some extra work in and making sure our chemistry is good and everything," Wezensky said.

Wezensky said he plans to come up for the Michigan game on Nov. 2 in East Lansing, pending his game schedule.

The sophomore holds an early offer from Akron.

In addition to camping in East Lansing, Wezensky went to Notre Dame, Cincinnati, Bowling Green and Ball State. He is hearing from those schools, as well as Tennessee and has received mail from USC.


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