Cornerback/running back Quinn Evans (5-10, 175, 4.5) from Chandler (Ariz.) Basha has two offers on the table and he went on an unofficial visit to one of them.
The two schools that have offered Evans are Stanford and Northwestern. Though he doesn't have an offer yet, according to Evans, Ohio State is also in the picture.
"I just got done taking an unofficial visit to Stanford," Evans said. "It went really nice and I like the coaches a lot.
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"They went over all the educational things that Stanford has to offer," Evans said. "Stanford is either the No. 1 or No. 2 business school in the country and that's the field I want to study.
"The trip went really nice," Evans said. "Stanford is Stanford. The people were nice and so was the weather.
"I really like the school it has a lot to offer," Evans said. "There is a lot of upside to Stanford.
"I didn't commit, not yet," Evans said. "I would like to see other schools. In an ideal world I would like to see other schools, but there are just so many scholarships to give out.
"I don't have a timeframe for my decision," Evans said. "When it feels right, I will make my decision. I have to sit down with my family before I make my final decision.
"I am hoping to get a chance to visit Northwestern," Evans said. "They are also a great school. I think they are the No. 3 business school in the nation.
"I also talked to Northwester head coach Pat Fitzgerald recently," Evans said. "He seems to be a quality guy.
"I really did enjoy my time at Stanford."
Earned all-area honor as a junior after racking up 64 tackles, nine pass deflections, three sacks and one interception.
Evans has outstanding bloodlines. His father, Dave Evans, was a two-time All-American wrestler for Wisconsin.
Evans also had an uncle who wrestled, Greg Evans, who wrestled for Minnesota. A third uncle, Glenn Love, played football for Illinois. Love's son and first cousin of Evans, Glenn Love, Jr., is an incoming freshman for UCLA.
Evans is a member of the Rivals.com Arizona Top 20 team for the class of 2008 landing as the Grand Canyon State's No. 19 prospect at any position.