Wezensky staying busy with summer camps

Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers quarterback hits Big Ten, MAC schools this summer. He talks about where he was and what feedback he has gotten from the likes of Illinois, Indiana and Michigan State.

Heading into his junior season, Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers quarterback Noah Wezensky has been plenty busy.

With stops at Big Ten and MAC schools for camps, Wezensky has been on the road a lot, but enjoying the busyness.

”It has been really good,” he said. “They have been going really well and it has a been good – a bit of a grind, but I have really enjoyed it.”

The 6-foot-3, 190-pound quarterback stopped at Big Ten programs Illinois and Indiana this summer, where he got good feedback from coaches.

“I have been talking to Coach (Kevin) Johns and Indiana and have been talking to him two or three times a week and he has been giving me really good feedback,” he said. “I didn’t go to their one-day camp, but I did a school camp there. It was good after doing some 7 on 7.

”Illinois was good and it was my first time being there. I don’t even think they knew who I was because I had not really been in contact with any of the coaches, but I did well and I talked to Coach (Bill) Cubit for probably 15 or 20 minutes after camp and we had a really conversation.

”I really like Illinois.”

An injury at Illinois’ camp prevented Wezensky from getting to Michigan State the following day, but contact with the Spartans and quarterbacks coach Brad Salem has remained.

“I have talked to him and Curtis Blackwell, the recruiting coordinator, and they were both a little bit disappointed I couldn’t get up there but I had 7 on 7 nationals the next week so I couldn’t go then either,” he said. “I have been in contact with Coach Salem still, he knows what I can do and what I am going to continue to do.

”I think he is just looking forward to this season and he wants me to get him my film after the first couple games. I am always liking Michigan State. I probably will set up a visit soon and set up a visit there, too.”

He also made stops at Bowling Green and Eastern Michigan and intends to camp at Western Michigan and Ball State still, where the message has been consistent.

”Some MAC schools, everything is really good for them,” he said. “A lot of schools are waiting to see me this season.”

He has his goals in front of him as he heads into a big junior season beyond just the recruitment element.

”I want more wins,” he said. “I gotta put up some bigger numbers and hopefully I will get going during the season and be healthy. I have Austin Mack to throw to and some other guys who I am very confident in their ability.

”I am definitely excited for it.”


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