It's a deep and talented year for quarterbacks out West and over a two day period, we had a chance to see just about every top signal caller in the region. One player who really stood out was San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch signal caller Tate Forcier.
Forcier, 6-1, 185 pounds brings a lot to the table and it's easy to see why he's sitting on 30+ offers at this time. The quarterback had very good workouts at the Elite 11 regional camp at Cal and the NIKE Camp at Stanford the following day.
In terms of physical tools, there may not be three or four quarterbacks nationally with a better skill set than Forcier. He showed off a cannon for an arm and had arguably the most life on his ball over the weekend. Forcier had the quickest drop, the quickest release and threw the tightest ball of the weekend as well.
He was also one of the most accurate winning the Golden Gun accuracy challenge at Cal on Friday. Forcier is very athletic, moves around the pocket with ease and throws on the run or rolling out as good as anyone we've seen.
From a physical standpoint, the only thing Forcier may lack is the ideal size some colleges are looking for but it's obviously not affecting his recruitment much with amont of he's holding offers and his overall athletic package is one that you just can't overlook.
On the recruiting front, Forcier said he's still wide open among the schools that are recruiting him and has no favorite schools at the moment.