Jacob Eason had a tremendous sophomore season, he has already landed some big offers and now the interest is starting to seriously come in for the 2016 quarterback.
The Lake Stevens, Wash., standout who threw for 2,941 yards with 23 touchdowns and eight interceptions this past season recently landed his biggest offer yet from Florida State and he's planning a trip to Tallahassee this summer.
"My dad talked to them on the phone while I was at school and baseball and they've been talking for a while," Eason said.
"I was figuring out what camps to go to in the summer and they told my dad they wanted to offer me a scholarship and they wanted me down for camp so I'm going to go for camp now. That was really exciting to get an offer from them."
Eason, who also has offers from Oregon State and Washington State early in his recruitment, will have a busy summer ahead.
The 2016 quarterback is planning his camp schedule and while it's still subject to change he could visit Florida State, Georgia, Washington, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame and possibly others.
The Lake Stevens recruit was on the road this past weekend - although it was a short trip over to Washington for its spring game.
Eason still has not received an offer from the Huskies but that new coaching staff is showing a lot of interest early on.
"It was good," Eason said. "I went down there and the quarterbacks did their warm-ups and I watched that. The quarterbacks switched off between Troy Williams and Jeff Lindquist.
"There weren't many deep balls but there were a lot of intermediate passes so that was good. They haven't really talked about an offer yet. I'm hoping to get one sooner or later. They're going to have me down at camp and they're going to keep watching me and hopefully it will come."