Prospect Watch: 2015 QB Jon Wassink

South Christian (Mich.) High 2015 QB, Jon Wassink, talks Elite 11, Schools of interest, growing up a Michigan fan, possible camp visits and more*** Sophomore Highlights Included***

South Christian (Mich.) High 2015 quarterback, Jon Wassink, made his way to the Elite 11 QB competition outside of Chicago last weekend.

At 6-foot-2, 180-pounds, Wassink showcased nice accuracy and good touch during the competition, and should be a prospect to watch throughout next season.

"I had a lot of fun and I learned a lot of new stuff that I can I work on," Wassink told GoBlueWolverine. "So, it was more of that, then seeing how well that I did. I think did alright."

While Wassnink admits he still needs to further his development if wants to become an elite signal caller.

"I think I need to work on my footwork a lot," Wassink explained. "And also being more of a leader, too."

Currently, Wassink has no offers, but is hearing interest from schools around the Big Ten.

"Some schools have stopped by to see me. Northwestern and Michigan State just dropped off some stuff to fill out," Wassink said.

While Wassnick hasn't been in contact with the Wildcats or Spartans lately, he says he most likely will camp at both schools this summer and might try to camp at Michigan as well.

"Yeah, possibly. I might go there too for a day," Wassink said on a possible camp visit to Ann Arbor. "Well, I always grew up a Michigan fan. But I mean, I am open to whatever. So, whatever schools show interest I will go along with that."

Growing up a fan of the Maize & Blue, Wazzink says he would gladly listen if the Wolverines started to show more interest.

"I would be very interested," Wassink said. "But I wouldn't make any decisions to quickly. I would like to survey my options and stuff."

With Wassink's recruitment most likely to heat up over the course of the next year, he says he wants to hear more from the local schools first.

"(I want to hear from) mostly just Michigan and Michigan State," Wassink said. "I mostly want to focus on in-state more right now."

As far as what Wassink is looking for in a program, he says coaching and academics are his top-two factors.

"I am just going to be looking to build some relationships with the coaches," Wassink said. "I want to see what their program is about and see what they're like. I also want to go to a good school (academic wise), that will factor in my decision. Like, what I want to major in and what that school had for me."

Please check out Wassink's sophomore highlights.

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