"I did pretty good," he said. "I sprained my knee the fourth game of the season. So I was out four games. But I came back after that and finished the season really good. I had two game winners at the end of the season. I threw for 1,400 yards and had eight touchdowns."
Wezensky's success on the field has caught the attention of some notable programs from the Midwest.
"Michigan State the most, I have been talking to them for a while," he said. "I have been talking to Michigan. Purdue, Nebraska, Texas, they have all personally invited me to their camps. And definitely Indiana."
Currently, Wezensky only holds an offer from Akron. However, he says his second offer is on the horizon.
"Indiana I think will offer this summer," he said. "I feel Purdue is hinting towards it also if I have a good camp with them. Maybe some MAC schools, Toledo and Bowling Green both really like me. So those are the hopeful offers."
Michigan has also reached out to the 6-foot-3, 190-pound standout.
"I have talked to their offensive coordinator once or twice already," he said. "I wasn't able to go their camp last year, but this year I am going to try to make it."
And if Wezensky does camp at U-M, he says he is going there with one goal in mind.
"You have to have the mindset that you are going to go there and pick up a scholarship," he said. "You have to do your best. You have to be focused. You have to have that mindset where you're always focused and giving 100 percent in the drills to have a really good day."