When Jared Goff was at Stanford's junior day the Cardinal received a big commitment from four-star quarterback Ryan Burns so the Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic quarterback isn't sure where that Pac-12 school stands in his recruitment right now.
"It was a good time," Goff said of his Stanford trip. "I got to talk to some of the coaches that I haven't talked to in a while like coach (Mike) Sanford so it was a good day.
"They talked to me about getting admitted and they talked about my grades. They want me to come up for a summer camp so I don't really know what's going to happen."
Still, the 6-foot-4, 190-pound prospect who threw for 3,220 yards with 44 touchdowns and four interceptions in his junior season already has a few offers and said he's hearing from new schools all the time.
"Recently, Oregon, Oregon State and UCLA have started talking to me," Goff said. "The other schools that have been talking to me have just been regularly recruiting me."
Boise State, Cal and Washington State have already offered Goff and the Golden Bears are considered the favorite although the Northern California quarterback said it's still too early to determine a clear frontrunner.
Over the next couple months, Goff would like to visit Cal again and possibly head to Boise State and Washington State before making a decision.
Goff said he wants to keep some flexibility in his plans, though, because with the new interest from schools he's not sure which ones will be offering next.
With great film and an outstanding junior season behind him there's a good chance other programs could be getting involved soon.
"I don't know when but I definitely want to visit Cal again so my parents can see all the cool stuff and I know I want to visit Boise State and Washington State," Goff said. "Depending on who offers I could be visiting those schools."
USC, Boston College, Miami and others have been consistently showing interest in Goff over the last few months as well.