"My team had a 7-on-7 tourney there and I did just as good maybe even better than I did at the camp. The quarterback coach grabbed me aside to talk and after the whole tourney I talked to my recruiting coach Bill Miller. He said we have to stay in touch. I impressed not only the quarterback coach, Coach Poore and Bill [Miller] but also coach [Jerry] Kill."
"I guess I just sit back and wait now," he said about earning an offer from the Golden Gophers.
Before attending Minnesota's camp Bzoskie impressed at a University of Northern Iowa camp were he was invited back this winter for an official visit.
"They said they didn't have much info for me," Bzoskie said when asked what the UNI coaches told him following the camp. "They said they have to look at a bunch of stuff but they said they want me to take an official visit in December."
Including the Minnesota and UNI camps, Bzoskie has participated in seven other camps around the nation and he still has three more on his schedule.
"I have camps left at Central Connecticut, Tennessee and NDSU," he said.
Although the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder has enjoyed the experience and exposure of the grueling camp circuit—it comes at a price.
"You have no idea I've been sore for a straight month," he said. "Every step I take I feel something but I push through it when its crunch time."