"I've always played quarterback and I'm a quarterback so I want to re-open the recruiting process," said Doyle. "That's what I want to play in my heart and this is my shot to do it. I'm going to go through the recruiting process again because I want to play quarterback in college.
Doyle starts at quarterback for Catholic Memorial, where he has led them to a 3-1 start this season. Over the summer he camped at NC State looking to earn an offer to play quarterback, but the Wolfpack offered the 6-foot-3, 225-pounder as a linebacker instead.
Doyle committed to the Wolfpack, but he has informed recruiting coordinator Jerry Petercuskie of his latest decision.
"I've told coach Petercuskie, and he understood where I was coming from," said Doyle. "He was very understanding about how I feel. I've always been a quarterback and I want to be a quarterback. Coach Petercuskie told me he'll talk to coach O'Brien, and he'll let me know where they are at. I don't know if they would still want me as a linebacker, take me as a quarterback, or just move on.
"I'm sure they will make the best decision for them and their program."
Doyle held offers to play quarterback from Western Michigan and UMASS when he committed to NC State.
"We'll see what happens," he added. "There are still some schools that have contacted me before I committed and will once again when they find out about my decision."