Brehaut picks up four more offers

Four-star quarterback Richard Brehaut (6-3, 205, 4.8) from Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos is on fire this week on the recruiting trail. He picked four more offers this week and worked out yesterday in front of UCLA offensive coordinator Norm Chow. Chow was out on the road checking out Brehaut and Upland, Calif., signal caller, Josh Nunes.
"I thought I did great today (Wednesday May 21st)," Brehaut said. "All my throws were well thrown. I thought I did an awesome job.
"I think it is going to come down to who they think who they think will be the best fit," Brehaut "I thought I did well enough to earn a scholarship.

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"Coach Chow told my coach that he was very impressed with my performance," Brehaut said. "No matter what happens, UCLA will be getting a good quarterback."
And no matter where Brehaut ends up they will get a good quarterback and he will be going to a very good school.
Just yesterday he has received three offers and the day before he received one from an ACC school.
"Nebraska and Washington came to my school today to offer me," Brehaut said. "Oregon offensive coordinator Chip Kelly came by the school as well. He used his one allotted phone call to offer me.
"Wake Forest called last night (Tuesday May 20th) to offer," Brehaut said. "Colorado State was also by the school and they are supposed to be offering as well.
What will happen Brehaut wins the UCLA quarterback offer sweepstakes?
"If UCLA offers me it's going to be crunch time," Brehaut said. "I will probably take unofficial trips right away and I will ask Coach Rick Neuheisel how much time I have before I give my decision."
Brehaut now had 16 offers on the table. Arizona, Colorado, Iowa State, Kansas, Utah, Washington State, Boise State and San Diego State are a sampling of other schools that have offered.
As a junior, Brehaut was co-League Offensive Player of the Year after throwing for 2,248 yards and 23 touchdowns. He also rushed for 528 yards and scored five rushing touchdowns. He also earned all-state, all-county and all-area honors in 2007.