He's been called the top punter in the nation and he has the offers to prove it.
Camarillo, Calif., kicker Bryan Anger has picked up three major scholarship offers and teams from all over the nation are angling to get him to commit. But will he stay out West and play in the Pac 10?
"I've been hearing from a ton of schools," said Anger, who measured in at 6-foot-4 and 189 pounds at the Rivals.com Anaheim Junior Day. "The main schools I'm interested in are Northwestern, Cal-Berkley, Stanford, LSU, Boise State, Oregon, and Washington. I have offers from Cal, LSU and Northwestern."
Anger said the Big 10 and SEC offer are impressive and he will consider them deeply, but he also admits he kind of likes the idea of staying and playing somewhere out West.
"I visited Cal a couple weeks ago and they offered me while I was there," Anger said. "That's the only visit I've taken so far. I want to go down to SC, Cal again, possibly Stanford and Oregon, and I'm sure I'll go other places this summer, too. I went to a kicking camp a couple weeks ago, but I'm going to the USC camp in June and I'll probably go to a couple others, too.
"Cal and USC are probably on top right now. 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.
"I'm probably going to make my decision this summer some time so I don't have to worry about it during my senior year."