Northwestern is a school that has jockeyed into the early lead for Sarosi's recruitment.
"They're definitely top-five, they might be my number one," Sarosi said. "They have such great academics. (They run) perfect four-receiver set for a quarterback. Good facilities. They're program that is on the rise."
Sarosi spoke with NU offensive coordinator Mick McCall on the phone this afternoon, and was invited to attend a camp in Evanston. McCall didn't go into details, but told the standout quarterback he'll watch the film of his sophomore season.
As for Sarosi, he plans to attend camp at Northwestern on June 24th, and set some goals for the trip.
"Of course, the goal is to come out with an offer," Sarosi said. "It's a high goal, but I plan to work really hard and come out with an offer. If not, I'll be more interested in getting in a good situation with them to increase the odds of getting a good offer."
As a junior, Sarosi helped lead his Father Gabriel Richard High School team to a 10-2 overall record and deep run in the Michigan state playoffs.