September 23, 2009

Sieczkowski off to a hot start

For a while, Chandler (AZ) Seton Catholic quarterback Justin Sieczkowski was one of the hottest recruits for Colorado State that the Rams hadn't offered, but now his sizzle with CSU has died a little while heating up with a few other schools.

For now, Sieczkowski says he's in a waiting mode to receive his first offer.

"Right now I'm mostly hearing from Fresno State, North Dakota State and San Diego State," Sieczkowski said. "I haven't really heard recently from CSU, I guess we'll see about them."

The last time Sieczkowski heard from the Rams was following his showing at the CSU one-day camp back in late July.

Even though Sieczkowski, the 20th ranked player in the state of Arizona, hasn't heard from the Rams in over a month, he did get a chance to sit down and watch CSU defeat rival Colorado on national television earlier this month. He liked what he saw.

"It was cool to see CSU being in the Mountain West taking down CU from the Big Twelve. It was definitely huge for CSU, putting them on the national scene-it was great for their program."

The 6-foot-4, 202 pounds, pro-style quarterback has had success so far in his senior season. In his first two games combined, the Seton Catholic signal caller has thrown for 621 yards and 9 touchdowns. Seton Catholic, who is in Arizona's Class 4A-2, went 1-1 in those two games.

This season, Sieczkowski is trying to become a true leader for his team and help take them to the playoffs. Two years ago, the Sentinels moved up from Class 3A and since then has had a lot of trouble in region play.

While Sieczkowski currently does not have any offers, he thinks one in particular might be brewing.

"I think North Dakota State might," said the three-star quarterback. "The way they've been talking to me makes me think they might give me an offer to play there. And I really like them, so we'll see how it goes."

Sieczkowski has not scheduled any visits at this time as he feels it's a little early in the season to be doing so.

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