February 17, 2012
Bossory has interest from several in-state teams
With the class of 2012 complete, the Central Michigan coaching staff has started looking for talent to fill their needs in 2013, including talent from within the state of Michigan. One of the rising prospects in the Great Lake State that could meet a need is quarterback Nate Bossory.
Bossory has thrown for over 4,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in his past two seasons at Manchester (Mich.). The 6-foot-2, 220-pound quarterback has had contact with numerous schools, including CMU.
"I've heard from Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Florida, Rutgers, Oregon State, Michigan State, Harvard, Iowa and I was recently contacted by the new staff at Penn State".
The Chippewa coaching staff has been in contact with Bossory quite a bit lately. He also took an unofficial visit to Mount Pleasant last fall on November 18 when CMU played Toledo.
"I talked to Coach Stubblefield before he left. Coach Shankweiler stopped in at my school after the football season and I got to talk to Coach Enos during my visit. I enjoyed my visit to CMU, the facilities were nice and the style of offense that they run is the style that I am used to."
Bossory doesn't just excel on the football field but also in the classroom, sporting a 4.06 GPA and an ACT score of 26, even though he took the test as a freshman. He plans on studying law or going into the medical field.
It is still early in the recruiting process and Bossory does not have any favorites at this time early in the recruiting process. However, he does know some of the factors that he will evaluate as he takes more visits.
"The main things I will be looking at in a school are academics, my relationships with the coaches, the ability to win and the facilities."
Bossory knows a couple of CMU's recruits in the class of 2012, as he played with Anthony Scarcelli on his 7-on-7 team last summer and played against Cooper Rush in one of the tournaments with his 7-on-7 team. He does plan on attending camps across the country in the coming months, including Central Michigan's, looking to land his first offer.
Regarding the future of Central Michigan football, Bossory believes that the program is heading in the right direction and that they will be back at the top soon.
"With the type of recruits they are bringing in, players that are the type that fit their system, I believe they are ready for some big seasons."
As he prepares for his senior season, he will also be switching schools in the very near future. He is currently at Manchester (Mich.), but he plans on enrolling at Chelsea (Mich.) in early March.
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