In a year where the quarterback class is deep, there is a good chance that the next signal caller from the Golden State to blowup is Ted Landers (6-4, 194, 4.8) from Gardena (Calif.) Serra. He was at the UCLA camp on Saturday and was one of the best out of a pretty deep group.
Things are picking up along the recruiting trail for Landers.
"Colorado came by last week to watch me throw," Landers said. "The Colorado coach told my coach that they want to see one more thing in before they offer."
"I have also been talking a lot to Oregon State," Landers said. "I'm going to camp with them on June 14th."
"From there I'm flying to Nebraska," Landers said. "I have been talking to their offensive coordinator, Shawn Watson, a lot, too. Nebraska also told my coach that they want to see me throw in person before they offer."
Landers was at the UCLA camp on Saturday and the word in he impressed, UCLA offensive coordinator Norm Chow.
"Coach Chow said to me that they made a decision to offer Richard Brehaut," Landers said. "Coach Chow told me he liked what he saw in me and wants me to stay in touch with him just in case."
Landers was a first-team all-league performer after throwing for 1,809 yards and 11 touchdowns, against six interceptions while hitting on 60 percent of his passes.
From the scouting files of Rivals.com National talent evaluator, Barry Every: He has nice height at 6-foot-4. He throws a very catchable ball. He looks to have been coached up. He takes snaps from under center and shotgun.
Besides Colorado, Oregon State and UCLA; Boise State and Fresno State are also showing interest in Landers.
Landers is another signal caller from the Golden State to keep your eye on as the recruiting process progresses.