King High School's Greg Windham, a 6-foot-2, 208 pound quarterback was impressive as a junior, throwing for 1,468 passing yards with 17 touchdowns with 7 picks, while rushing for 277 rushing yards with six touchdowns. This offseason he's been working hard to have an even better senior campaign and has been hitting the combine circuit. His hard work has paid off as he just reeled in his first offer
"I got offered by Cincinnati today," said Windham. "The coach called me today and told me, but I knew it was coming because they've been talking to me quite a bit."
The 6-foot-2, 208 pound quarterback prospect has been impressive while hitting the combine circuit and earned a top-five finishes in the Golden Gun Accuracy Challenge Award at last weekend's ESPN RISE Elite 11 competition in Orlando. Windham also was one of the signal callers for Team Tampa during the Badger 7on7 at USF and helped lead his team to a third place finish and qualified for a the national championships this summer. Schools have taken notice.
"Getting that first offer felt great, it's my first one so I'm very happy," said Windham. "It feels like a bit is off my shoulders."
With the first offer in the bag, Windham believes more could be on the way as many teams are showing interest in him.
"There have been a lot of schools showing interest in me lately," said Windham. "Cincinnati, USF, Auburn has been talking, Iowa State, Florida and Ohio of Miami. There's more but I can't think of all of them off the top of my head right now."
Windham is very excited to get the Bearcat offer, but isn't quite ready to name any favorites at this point.
"I can't say a leader or a top five right now, said Windham. "Right now I'm just taking it all in."
The King QB has been working hard while getting ready for the season
"I just been practicing, running, and working out," said Windham. "I'm just doing the little things to get ready for the season."