Cameron Birse had a solid showing at the Oakland Elite 11 and the Oakland NIKE Camp this past weekend and as the Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley quarterbacks gets seen more he receives greater interest.
Washington, Washington State, UCLA, UNLV and others have been getting involved with Birse, who was the backup to former four-star quarterback Zach Kline last season so Birse's varsity experience is limited.
Still, many colleges are showing interest in the 6-foot-3, 204-pound prospect and his showing at the Elite 11 and NIKE Camp could only help his chances at landing an offer soon.
"They've all seen me throw and they like what they see," Birse said.
"I've had really good workouts with all the teams. Now I just have to wait and see. Maybe they'll offer me during their camp, I don't really know, but I think some want to see tape to solidify things."
Birse plans to visit Auburn this summer and he's optimistic because offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler has been in touch.
A trip to Washington is also being planned for sometime in June and Birse said he's open to making other visits. Going to the Las Vegas Elite 11 is also a possibility as he continues to get more exposure.
Really though, Birse is looking ahead to his senior season to show off his abilities in game settings.
"All this camp stuff has been the hardest part for me," Birse said. "I'm more of a cerebral quarterback, my anticipation and my intelligence set me apart from the others. If I can compete with all the guys here I know I'll separate from them when game time comes.
"The chips will fall as they may so it will all come together in the end."