Michael Eubank continues to play well, continues to lead Corona (Calif.) Centennial to easy victories and continues to go undervalued as a quarterback.
Coach Matt Logan says it's unbelievable that only Northern Colorado has offered. Eubank, a 6-foot-5, 232-pound pro-style quarterback, is appreciative of the offer but still scratches his head on why other programs aren't getting involved.
Centennial defeated Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral - led by four-star receiver Antoine Arnold and 2012 quarterback Matt Morin - last weekend, 45-12, and two weeks ago beat Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei by 31 points. All three of its victories have been blowouts.
In the win over Mater Dei, which features USC commitments Max Wittek and Victor Blackwell, Eubank finished with 186 rushing yards, 184 passing yards and five total touchdowns.
Eubank said after that win that he's motivated by still being under the radar.
"It really is motivating," Eubank said. "Coming into this game all I kept hearing was, 'He's the USC quarterback, he's the USC quarterback,' so I wanted to let everybody know not only can I hang with the USC quarterback but I can actually dominate. I can come out here and do my thing, too."
Eubank was one of the top performers on the camp circuit this spring and summer and said Arizona State, which already has a verbal commitment from Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft quarterback Michael Bercovici, has reached out recently. Other than that, it's been relatively quiet.
One thing that has maybe gone unnoticed until now is that Eubank, a three-star recruit rated No. 25 at pro-style quarterback nationally and No. 70 in the California state rankings, is a fantastic runner who is difficult to bring down.
He runs so well that Centennial has designed plays for him to get out of the pocket and make things happen. It's just something else that could attract college coaches at some point this season.
"Last year (Logan) told me I surprised him at how well I ran the ball so knowing I was going to run the ball this season I made sure to work on my running, working on my stride, working on my top speed and it's paid off," Eubank said.