During his career Ryan Novak has gained tremendous attention, coming on to the scene as a giant, big armed sophomore sensation, throwing for 2,226 yards and 21 scores. Standing 6-5 and with an arm capable of all the throws, Novak has gained significant recruiting interest. As a junior, with the weight of the offense on his shoulders, Novak took a step back throwing for 1,163 yards, and five scores. Due to this, the big QB needs to have a strong offseason and senior campaign to see his recruiting rise.
Already this offseason, Novak has devoted himself to a training regimen created to improve his game and help his team. Novak's first order was to drop his weight from to 235 to 210 in an attempt to gain increased mobility and rebuild himself with lean muscle. Having reached his goal of 210 pounds, Novak hopes to play at around 225 pounds.
Another part of his offseason preparation is a tour of college camps. Novak hopes to make trips to Oklahoma State, Colorado, Colorado State, Boise State and potentially Purdue.
Talented and worth a look to college programs, Novak will have to transfer his skills and potential into production during his senior season to gain the offers he hopes for.