Howard looks for Pac-12 interest

Trevor Howard could be recruited as a tight end but he looked fantastic last weekend at the B2G Tournament at linebacker as the 2015 prospect showed off his versatility.
What's even more impressive is that the Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian prospect never played that position before but still showed off great movement and he was also excellent in coverage.
Recruiting is just picking up for Howard, one of the top tight ends at the recent Los Angeles NIKE Camp, as some teams dotting the country have been in touch with him so far.
North Carolina, Oklahoma State and Cal have reached out to Howard, who said he would also like to hear from UCLA and USC as soon as possible.
"Those are my only three really right now," said Howard, who also looked good at the Rivals Camp in Phoenix.
"I want to get exposure this summer. I just want to get out there so people can see me at camps."
The camp schedule is still being worked out by Howard but hitting the local Pac-12 programs seems like a major priority.
Howard's mother graduated from UCLA so the Bruins will probably play a factor in his recruitment and going across town for camp is being looked at, too.
Neither UCLA nor USC has reached out yet but after seeing Howard this summer they could get much more involved.
"I would love to go somewhere on the West Coast this summer," Howard said. "I would love to get to UCLA. My mom went there so she's alumni and Cal and SC.
"This is my year coming up. I've been putting the work in since the end of last season just getting bigger, faster and just everything I can to become better."