Princeton’s Ware discusses options, future on football field

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Princeton’s Spencer Ware has offers from Ohio State, Wisconsin, UC and Duke.

Quarterback Spencer Ware from Princeton has had two outstanding seasons for the Vikings. Accounting for 66 TDs the last two years, Ware has earned scholarship offers from Ohio State, Wisconsin, Cincinnati and Duke. More are sure to follow.


Quarterback Spencer Ware from Princeton has had two outstanding seasons for the Vikings. After throwing for 2,200 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushing for 982 and 18 scores his sophomore year, Ware almost duplicated those numbers this season.

The 5-foot-11 and 210-pound Ware threw for 1,960 yards and 14 touchdowns during his junior season. He rushed for 770 yards and scored 17 times in 10 games.

Ware is one of the top athletes in the state of Ohio and has scholarship offers from Ohio State, Cincinnati, Wisconsin and Duke. He is being recruited by many, many others too.

“As far as I know the only ones that are recruiting me for quarterback are Cincinnati and Duke,” Ware said. “The others are recruiting me as an athlete or running back.”

When it comes to selecting a college, the position he plays will not be a major factor for Ware.

“It really doesn’t matter to me, as long as I have a shot at playing,” Ware said. “I’ll look at the recruiting class in front of me. I’ll look at the players at my position at the schools.”

Ohio State is definitely on Ware’s list, but Georgia continues to be his early favorite.  Ware has no plans to select a college anytime soon.

At this point deciding which high school to attend his senior year is a more pressing concern.  There has been plenty of speculation that Ware will play for Cincinnati Colerain next season.

“I’m still at Princeton,” Ware said. “I haven’t decided on that yet.”

In addition to Ohio State, Georgia, Cincinnati, Wisconsin and Duke, Ware is also interested in Alabama, North Carolina, Clemson, Florida and Miami.

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