Two weekends ago, Kevin Costello visited Stanford and then attended the RCS Northern California where he earned quarterback MVP honors.
It was a great weekend for the 2016 quarterback from Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita Catholic. He didn't land an offer from the Cardinal but he had great meetings and it's clear Stanford is really interested in him moving forward.
"It was pretty crazy," Costello said. "It was the two-day deal so it was really in-depth. We got a lot of work done. We sat in on about three meetings just me and Tavita Pritchard. We started slowly going over the offense.
"We sat in with the quarterbacks. Right now they only have two quarterbacks in all four classes. One of the guys went over to safety so we had a great time. We studied and we got to sit down and learn each other's personalities. So far it looks like an unbelievable fit."
The 6-foot-4, 218-pound quarterback said he wants to remain patient with Stanford especially since it's well known that coach David Shaw and his staff don't rush out offers.
Costello does get the sense, though, that Stanford is highly interested in him.
"It's no secret Stanford is typically one to offer late," Costello said. "They don't throw offers out for no reason. They want to get to know you and they want to understand you. It's kind of everything but the offer now.
"They're treating me as if possibly I could be the quarterback. Not that I'm in any rush, nothing against them, I had an unbelievable trip and an unbelievable time so we'll see how it goes from there."
Costello also visited Cal briefly after the Rivals camp. The 2016 prospect said many other Pac-12 schools have reached out early on.
"The Pac-12 is picking up for the most part," Costello said. "They're all trying to get me out to camps and junior days. We're busy right now but it's all good stuff."