Zack Greenlee had a big junior season and some quality programs have started to talk with the Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln quarterback although it's still in the early stages.
BYU, UCLA, Washington and Cal are the four teams showing the most interest in Greenlee, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound recruit who threw for 2,450 yards with 22 touchdowns this past season.
"I'm just going to sit back and see what happens," Greenlee said last week at the U.S. Army National Combine.
"I want to go to a lot of camps and perform and keep talking to those schools. It's still tough to tell with recruiting."
BYU has been talking to Greenlee the most and he said it's a viable option because of the quarterbacks that have gone through that program.
Even though the Northern California recruit hasn't talked much with UCLA's new coaching staff he's looking forward to hearing from the Bruins, too.
"The (BYU) coaches have talked to me the most," Greenlee said. "It's a really good quarterback program and I'd definitely be interested in going there.
"I haven't gotten to talk a lot with the new staff yet at UCLA. I definitely want to talk with them more. It's important to have that extra year. Having that extra year to talk to coaches and get bigger and stronger is going to be good for me."
Greenlee has had limited conversations with the Cal and Washington coaches but continues to receive recruiting mail from both programs. Other programs have send preliminary things as well.
The 2013 quarterback helped lead Stockton Lincoln to a record of 11-2 this season. His teammate, junior running back Justin Davis, rushed for 2,380 yards and 36 touchdowns and could be one of the top running backs in the West next recruiting cycle.