Four-star running back Ryan Bass (5-10, 186, 4.4) from Corona (Calif.) Centennial is living up to his reputation as one of the Golden State's best running backs for the class of 2008.
Last Friday against Central Valley powerhouse Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West, Bass rushed for 152 yards and scored a touchdown helping his team keep their perfect record intact at 5-0.
In five games against top-notch competition, Bass has rushed for 882 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also has four PAT's to his credit.
Bass already has a boatload of offers on the table his most recent offers have come from Fresno State and Oregon.
Fresno State and Oregon join school such as Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Michigan State, Minnesota, Iowa, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Idaho, and San Diego State as colleges that have scholies on the table for Bass.
"I haven't set up any visits yet," Bass said. "I plan to visit Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Fresno State and Minnesota.
What does Bass like about the fives schools he's planning on visiting.
"I'm very interested in Fresno State," Bass said. "My parents are good friends with Fresno State head coach Pat Hill who recruited both of my older brothers when they were in high school.
"Minnesota has been recruiting me the hardest and I like Coach Tim Brewster a lot," Bass said. "Arizona has been recruiting me since my junior year and I like coach Darrell Wyatt. Arizona also runs an offense similar to the one that we run in high school.
"I like everything about Arizona State," Bass said. "They are my top school right now. I like coach Dennis Erickson a lot.
"I took an unofficial visit to Arizona State and it was real nice," Bass said. "I met their running backs coach and took in a tour of the campus.
"If it wasn't for my parents wanting me to take my time I would already be committed," Bass said. "I can see myself going to school there.
"I also like the coaches at Oregon State," Bass said. "They are going to come and see me play this Thursday Evening when we play Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei.
"I don't know much about Oregon State that's why I want to go and visit there.
Bass was selected to the Rivals.com Rivals250 team for the class of 2008. Rivals.com rates Bass as the nation's No. 15 running back prospect. He is also a member of the Rivals.com California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 27 prospect at any position.