Kyle Kearns has not yet picked up any offers but now that National Signing Day has passed the 2015 four-star quarterback is hopeful interest will pick up even more.
The Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill standout has had copious amounts of interest in recent months but no offers yet. That could soon change especially after a good showing at the Steve Clarkson quarterback camp.
"Michigan came by the week after (the Steve Clarkson camp), Arizona State stopped by, Arizona was there, Oregon State and that's pretty much it who's stopped by since the camp," Kearns said.
"I'm still building relationships with these coaches right now. They can't see me in person because of all the rules but I'm talking to them on a weekly basis and they're a little more focused on the 2015 class now."
Wake Forest is another program that has reached out to Kearns, who has heard from numerous schools in the Pac-12 and other major conferences.
The thinking was that coaches were more concerned with the 2014 class and that's why offers have been slow. Now with Signing Day in the rearview mirror things could be picking up soon.
"It seems like the coaches are starting to sell their programs a little bit more and the bond between me and the coaches is starting to get really strong," Kearns said. "They're telling me all about the school and what they have to offer."
Visits are being strongly considered but Kearns wants to first see if offers come in. Then the four-star quarterback will decide where to travel and which programs to look at moving forward.
"I'm still working it out with my parents but I'm going to try to visit some places soon," Kearns said. "I'm just going to narrow it down and hopefully the offers start coming in. That's where I would take my unofficial visits that would be long-distance trips. Until then I'm going to take it pretty slow."