"Things are going good," Wheeler said. "Nebraska and North Dakota have been by the school. I have spoken to South Dakota and North Dakota as well."
Wheeler is one of those players that with just 15-20 pounds could be a nice base end or with another 45-50 pounds could be a very athletic offensive linemen.
"Some coaches are coming to me and saying offensive line and others are saying defensive end. I would play either one. I don't care which one they want me for."
There are three schools that have hosted Wheeler already this spring, one school twice, but when June comes around Wheeler will be busy with summer camps.
There isn't any quit in Wheeler. He goes hard every play, offense or defense, and that makes him a leader. He leads by example on the field through his effort.
"I go as hard as I can every play. I just don't take a play off. I also try and motivate my team to do the same. I just try to lead my team mates by example.
"I like to pull as an offensive lineman and I can reach blocks on the second level. As a defensive end at the nine technique I like to shoot inside, get in the backfield and make tackles."