Waynesville Tuscola quarterback Tyler Brosius was an early commitment to Virginia. But after taking in the Wolfpack’s victory over Pittsburgh in Raleigh last weekend, that commitment may softening. His dad Mike said moments ago that nothing has been finalized, that his son remains a Cavaliers’ commitment for now. But the Wolfpack—late to offer him—apparently made a strong impression on Tyler.
Although this is a down year for QBs in North Carolina, Brosius is the best in the state, ranked No. 21 on our Top 25 NC prospects list. Through five games, the 6-foot-3, 228-pound pocket passer has completed 63 percent of his passes, with eight TDs, leading Tuscola to a 3-1-1 start.
Ken Tysiac has covered the ACC in the Raleigh Bureau of The Charlotte Observer since 2003. He spent eight years in South Carolina covering Clemson, first with the Anderson Independent-Mail and later with The (Columbia) State. He graduated from Notre Dame in 1991.