If there is such a thing as a prospect who is seeing his stock soar in a quiet way then that could be three-star wide receiver/safety Sean Wiser (6-2, 192, 4.55) from Oaks Christian.
"Washington State just offered Sean and Brian Polian of Notre Dame called to request film on him," Oaks Christian coach Bill Reddell said. "Stanford is still the schools to beat, but Oregon is making inroads."
"Still, I think Stanford is leading," Reddell said. "He's waiting on Stanford's admission office and he should hear something any day."
"Sean is having a tremendous senior season," Reddell said. "He has 23 receptions for over 400 yards and eight receiving touchdowns. You have to remember that in the majority of our games, we take him out at halftime."
"Most schools are recruiting Sean as a wide receiver," Reddell said. "But he could end up playing safety on the D-I level."
Northwestern, Michigan State, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, Duke, Virginia, Kentucky, Ole Miss, and Utah are a sampling of Wiser's scholarship offers.
Wiser is a member of the Rivals.com California top 100 team for the class of 2007 and landed as the Golden State's No. 75 prospect at any position.