Once the offers are in hand, many prospects need to take the time to learn about each school and that is the case for Spanaway (Wash.) Lake defensive lineman Jason Brace.
The three-star rated, 6-foot-5, 250-pound defender, has already collected offers from UCLA and Idaho. Though there are no new teams in the scholarship category, Bruce has taken this time to find out about the two schools that have sent him opportunity.
"I think (UCLA) is a really good school along with Idaho but I just don't as much about them as I would like to," Brace said about the two offered schools. "I'm kind of learning about all of them and looking into what they have to offer."
Attending the Central Washington camp with his team kind of hurt his chances to take in any individual team camps. However, he felt the performance there was good for not only himself, but his team as they head into the fall season.
"Our team did really well and we tested well," Brace said. "That camp was during the bigger ones so we couldn't go to any of the others around here."
Though he is not sure about visits or when he would like to make a decision, he has started thinking about the qualities he looks for in a school.
"Well I think the biggest thing is just that I've got to be around the coaches and see how comfortable I am around them. I can't exactly say I want this or that, but I just want to feel good about the program that I choose."
"That will be the big thing I look for on my trips."
Brace is rated as the No. 12 overall prospect in the state of Washington and was a first team all-league, all-area, and honorable mention all-state selection as a junior.