One of the top quarterbacks in Big Ten country this upcoming fall is Dustin Sherer. He received his third scholarship offer from within the conference this weekend while making a visit to the University of Iowa.
"It was everything that I expected," Sherer said. "I went to the Notre Dame Adidas camp last weekend, and spoke to a few players that told me Iowa was a great place to visit. I went into it with that mindset, and I am not one bit disappointed."
The highlight of the visit was a sit down session Sherer shared with Hawkeye offensive coordinator Ken O'Keefe and head coach Kirk Ferentz.
"I'd like to make my decision by the end of the summer, but Coach Ferentz was honest with me in telling me there are advantages and disadvantages to doing so," Sherer said. "I will make my mind up when I feel right, but I came away with great comfort in Iowa. Coach O'Keefe gave me a test of sorts in watching film with him in calling out audibles and blitzes, and I came away with a perfect score."
"I had every Big Ten school stop by, except for Penn State and Northwestern,"
Sherer said. "Notre Dame is showing a lot of interest, and Wisconsin was watching me at the Adidas camp last weekend. I'm planning to attend one day camps at Michigan, Michigan State, and Purdue."
This story originally published on HawkeyeNation.com