Now that things are picking up recruiting-wise, Quinn is starting to get into the recruiting process a bit more.
"I am now taking this more seriously now that I'm getting to see schools," he said. "I can see where things are starting to happen. I can make things happen for myself. I am now seeing that it is possible."
Quinn took in the Michigan State spring game ("I saw that they throw the ball a lot," he said) and plans on camping at North Carolina, Duke, and Michigan State.
He has fine size for a wideout and is working on getting even better.
"I'm 6-4, 220," he said. "I do a 4.6. I think I can do better than that though. I'm benching about 295.
"I'm at a 2.5 core. (On the ACT) I made an 18 my first time. I plan on taking it again."
With that size, is tight end a possibility?
"I played a little tight end, so I can work with that," he said. "I don't know if I will commit early, it depends on who offers."
What will be the factors in his decision?
"I want to major in sports medicine or computer science, so education is a priority," he said. "And the weather. If I have the option, I'd like to play in warm weather."
Any favorites right now?
"Michigan State, Pitt and North Carolina," Quinn said.