Cameron Burston is considered a pocket passer but the 2015 quarterback from Hayward (Calif.) Stellar Prep also rushed for about 1,000 yards in his sophomore season and that's one reason why he's so attractive college coaches.
"Cameron is a pocket passer but he rushed for close to 1,000 yards last year and he has a strong arm," coach Desmond Gumbs said.
"He can throw the ball 80 yards easily. He's a big, strong kid. He's a legitimate 6-foot-4, 205 pounds. He's wide open in recruiting."
San Jose State is the first offer for Burston, who looked the part at the Rivals Camp Series in Los Angeles this spring. He's only 15 years old but is already a physical specimen, according to Gumbs, and things could only look up from here.
Burston had a highly productive summer.
The 2015 quarterback camped at San Jose State and was offered right after the workout. He also went to Arizona State and impressed there, earning offensive underclassmen MVP at the Sun Devils' camp.
Washington is also showing early interest and there could be more Pac-12 involvement as his junior season approaches.
"It's looking really good for him," Gumbs said.