Michael Eubank's recruitment continues to take off and this weekend the Corona (Calif.) Centennial three-star pro-style quarterback picked up his first Pac-10 offer.
Eubank, a 6-foot-5, 232-pound prospect, visited Arizona State and received his fourth offer to go along with San Jose State, Utah State and Northern Colorado.
After Friday night's 45-0 win over Norco, Calif., Eubank said he hoped the Sun Devils would offer during his visit.
"I'm very excited," Eubank said. "It's a long time coming but great things come to those who wait. I waited and had patience and it came."
After months of sitting with just the lone offer from Northern Colorado, Eubank has seen things get incredibly active in his recruitment. Three other offers have come and he said Vanderbilt, Fresno State, UTEP, UNLV Montana State and others are starting to show interest.
Things might change but Eubank, rated as the No. 25 pro-style quarterback nationally and No. 70 in the California state rankings, said he plans to wait until around National Signing Day to make his decision.
"I'm going to wait until February (to commit)," Eubank said. "I'm going to let it play out and let more offers roll in.
"Right now my main goal is to get us to a state title. I'm focused on right here. College is my main goal but right now I'm focused on getting my team to a state championship."
That is certainly within reach. Corona Centennial has manhandled all of its opponents this season - including Norco and Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei - and has a 418-75 scoring advantage. The Huskies are 8-0 heading into next week's matchup against Corona.
Eubank is a big reason why with his throwing and running ability. In the shutout victory against Norco, he finished with 155 passing yards and 61 rushing yards. Running back Barrinton Collins scored five times.
"He'll have some choices," Centennial coach Matt Logan said of Eubank. "That's what it's about. I don't think I've had a kid, and I'd have to really think about this and talk to the coaches, but I don't think I've had a kid at such a pivotal position that has developed so much from freshman year to senior year.
"It's been absolutely amazing. He didn't play football until he got to high school and his development has been unbelievable."