Forcier sets visits

Four-star Tate Forcier (6-1, 195, 4.55) from San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch is beginning to really narrow things down as he is starting to set official visits. When you have the abundance of offers that Forcier has it can be a daunting task. He is also planning on taking in a couple of college games to watch his two older brothers, both who are quarterbacks for Pac 10 schools.
Forcier will be heading to Stanford to see his older brother Jason Forcier play when the Stanford Cardinal takes on the Oregon State Beavers on August 28th to kick off the Pac 10 season.
Forcier has committed himself to three official visits and there are five other schools at this time vying for the last two visits. The three schools that have official visits scheduled are Michigan, Florida and Penn State.
What could begin as a busy time for strong armed signal caller as he may take his first official visit to Michigan on August 30th when Big Blue takes on Utah. If he doesn't take an official to the Ann Arbor campus at that time, he will visit Michigan on October 24th when the Wolverines take on instate rival Michigan State.
Forcier will take an official visit to Florida on September 6th when the Gators take on instate rival Miami. He is then scheduled to visit Penn State on September 27th when the Nittany Lions will play Illinois.
The five schools that are in the running for the last two visits are Arizona State, New Mexico, Texas A&M, Oregon and Washington State.
There are two schools in competition for a visit on September 13th. He will either visit Arizona State for the UNLV game or New Mexico when the Lobos play Arizona.
If Forcier chooses Texas A&M, he will visit College Station on September 20th when the Aggies play the Miami Hurricanes.
If Oregon lands the visit, Forcier will head to Eugene on October 11th when the Ducks play UCLA.
Forcier will take in the UCLA/Stanford game on October 18th.
"I'm going to see my brothers play," Forcier said. "My brother Jason Forcier plays for Stanford and my brother Chris Forcier plays for UCLA."
Washington State also has a chance for a visit and if the Cougars are the lucky team, then he will visit the Pullman campus on November 22nd when the Cougs play in state rival Washington for the Apple Cup.
Anyone who has seen Forcier perform knows why he has a multitude of offers. As a junior, Forcier was dominating.
In 11 games, he threw for 2,387 yards, 21 touchdowns, only five interceptions while hitting on a phenomenal 77 of his pass attempts. He also added 733 yards and six rushing touchdowns.
Forcier is a member of the Rivals250 team for the class of 2009. He's also rated by as the nation's most accurate quarterback. He ranks by as the country's No. 5 dual-threat signal caller and he was selected to the California Preseason Top 100 landing as the Golden State's No. 17 prospect at any position.