Rocket Digest has learned that Willoughy South quarterback Patrick Nicely is taking an official visit to Toledo this weekend. The Rockets offered Nicely when Tim Beckman became the head coach at Toledo in early December.
One of Toledo's new co-offensive coordinator's, Matt Campbell, was recruiting Patrick when he coached at Bowling Green and offered him a scholarship to Toledo when he made the switch to the UT coaching staff.
Campbell visited Nicely at his high school earlier this week.
Patrick now has offers from Toledo, Akron, and Bowling Green. He visisted Akron for an unofficial visit last weekend and is also planning an official visit to Akron in January. More recently Central Michigan has been to Patrick's school and they have begun recruiting him pretty heavily too.
The 6-4, 207 pound Nicely missed a couple of games this year with an injury, but he still managed to throw 24 touchdowns with just 4 interceptions on the season. He originally committed to Bowling Green over the summer, and had been recruited by Matt Campbell at Bowling Green since Patrick was a sophomore in high school.
Rocket Digest will bring you more information on Patrick's official visit to Toledo after the weekend.
Patrick Nicely on Toledo's Radar
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