No player upped their stock more at the NorCal NIKE camp last May than Palos Verdes (Calif.) Peninsula offensive lineman Todd Huber. The talented center prospect picked up four offers since the event and took in the USC lineman camp this past weekend.
Huber, 6-3, 275 pounds had a dominant showing at the NIKE Camp in Stanford where he went from a somewhat unknown prospect to earn Camp MVP honors. The following day, Stanford offered a scholarship and now you can add Boise State, Washington State, Washington and Oregon to the mix.
"I'm excited about all the offers," Huber said. "With the exception of Stanford though, I haven't seen those other colleges so it's hard to narrow my list or get a good feel for those schools right now. I'm definitely going to take a close look at those schools that have offered and of course I still like USC and Cal too."
Huber had a chance to work out for one of his favorites this past weekend at the Trojans lineman camp on Sunday.
"I thought I did really well," Huber said. "I'm always my toughest critic so of course I think there were some things I could have done better but overall I was happy. I got to talk to all the coaches there and had a good time. I definitely need to work on my pass blocking because in our offense, all we do is run block. My plan is to wait and see who all offers me, take all five trips and then make a decision later in the year."
Huber is arguably the top center prospect in the state and had a big junior season totaling 72 pancake blocks. He added 90 tackles and eight sacks on defense.