It was a busy spring for Drew Schoeberl, who saw the majority of the Big Ten come through Columbus (Ind.) North to see him.
The 6-foot-5, 235-pound tight end did not land any offers in the process, but heard consistent messages from the schools – and thinks this summer could be good for the 2016 recruit.
"A lot of them want me to come to their camps this summer," he said. "I'm excepting some offers this summer, like an IU or Purdue, in-state schools that are very close to offering.
"They just liked my size because a couple of them came down to our high school's college day thing and liked what they saw."
"I just shook his hand, he gave me a camp invite and talked briefly about Michigan State," he said. "That was it because he can't really talk to me since I'm a sophomore."
He said he definitely is interested in Michigan State and was excited to see interest.
"They've been a powerhouse in the Big Ten for the past 10, 15 years at least," Schoeberl said. "They just won the Rose Bowl last year, so it would definitely be a school I am interested in."
He also sees a good offensive fit with the Spartans, as Columbus North runs a similar offense as the school's coaches go up to MSU for coaches' clinics.