"I'm being looked at at wide receiver, safety and quarterback at a couple schools," he reported.
Scullen says his offensive snaps this season were split close to 50-50 between wide receiver and quarterback.
Over the season, Scullen has been able to get out on a couple of unofficial visits, including the most recent of them, Iowa, who he visited last Saturday.
"I thought the atmosphere was really good. In the stadium, everyone seemed like they were the student section. I ate breakfast with Coach Campbell, he recruits Michigan. We talked about how things were going and just about how Iowa is."
"Bowling Green was nice. It was a good game. I talked to Coach Ruggerio and Coach Hunter. It was good. Toledo, the campus was really nice. The game was a lot of fun. The student section was crazy. I did not get a chance to speak to the coaches there."
With his junior season complete, Scullen's attention now turns to the off-season, and a few more visits.
"I'm going to Michigan State this weekend, possibly Miami-Ohio the next weekend."