Want further proof that Camarillo, Calif., kicker/punter Bryan Anger is one of the nation's best at his position. Just take a look at his ever-exploding offer list.
The 6-foot-4, 189-pounder already had two scholarship offers on the table from Cal and LSU, but now he's recently picked up new offers from Oregon, Boise State and Washington.
Northwestern has also given him an oral offer, but his father, Mike Anger, said the family's not considering that one official until he gets it in writing.
"He went to the USC camp back on June 11 and did very well," Mike Anger said.
"He's now heading up to Cal and Stanford this weekend for unofficial visits there for the second time. Notre Dame, USC and Stanford have all been very actively recruiting him for the past several weeks."
Anger has said all along he plans to make a final decision by the end of the summer, so these visits this weekend could go a long way toward where he's going to end up at.
In the past, he's said very flattering things about the Cal Bears – a team that jumped in early with a scholarship offer.
"Cal and USC are probably on top right now," Anger said a few weeks back. "I'm not sure if distance will be a factor. I haven't really thought about it much, but I don't think it will matter a whole lot."
So what will the perfect school have?
"I want to go somewhere I can get a good education and play on a good team," he said "I want to be a part of a good program in a good location where I would feel comfortable."