Garner looking at Pac-12 camps

Michael Garner already has one Pac-12 offer and the San Diego (Calif.) Madison wide receiver is looking for more this off-season.
Another trip to Arizona could happen soon - he has two teammates that signed with the Wildcats this past recruiting cycle - and Garner said he wants to visit one Pac-12 school in particular in hopes of getting an offer.
Oregon State is the spot and Garner is hopeful he can make it to Corvallis before his senior season.
"For me I'm looking more toward the Oregon State camp," Garner said.
"I feel that camp would be a better camp for me to spread out and get my name out there a little bit more. Pretty much UCLA and Boise State have been consistent with me and I'm trying Oregon State to maybe offer. I could get a little more out of it."
The 5-foot-10, 167-pound wide receiver who looked good at the recent Rivals Camp in Los Angeles said he and some teammates could head out to Tucson soon to see the school again.
Garner has already been there last season so there is some familiarity but since the Wildcats offered he might want to return to see how the program is run even closer.
"I have been out there last year with Pierre (Cormier) and Lee (Walker)," Garner said.
"Right now we're on the border thinking about going out again. A couple teammates and I were thinking about going to the UCLA camp, the Boise State camp and the Oregon State camp."
The latest news for Garner is that Idaho offered and he is still hearing from Wisconsin, Washington, Washington State, Stanford and Vanderbilt.
Most recently, San Diego State reached out along with Harvard and Yale.