Jeffries getting much more interest

Chad Jeffries won the quarterback MVP award at the loaded Los Angeles NIKE Camp and now the Glendora, Calif., prospect is starting to get more attention. Still, Boise State is one of his favorites and he said he cannot wait to camp with the Broncos this summer.
"It's been good with Boise," Jeffries said. "The running backs coach (Keith Bhonapha) came out and he said that I threw the ball really well and he can't wait for me to come out to camp and show my stuff to coach (Bryan) Harsin and coach (Chris) Petersen.
"That's all I'm looking forward to right now. I want to go out there and show my stuff and show them I'm just as good as anyone else out there right now."
Jeffries, a 6-foot-1 prospect who's expected to work out at the Elite 11 regional at Cal next weekend, showed he's one of the best recently at the LA NIKE Camp, where he said he threw the ball well but was just kind of doing what he does every day.
Since then, Boise State has continued its interest and California and Colorado State have stopped by his school. Kansas and Wyoming had been in touch in recent weeks and other West Coast teams are getting involved as well.
Jeffries has already took a visit to Boise State and said he loved the trip. No schools have offered yet though.
There is also consideration by Jeffries, who attended the Five-Star Academy at UCLA this spring, to attend Oregon State's summer camp in a few months. His entire schedule has not been finalized yet.
"It was really awesome," Jeffries said of the LA NIKE Camp. "I thought I had a good day. All the drills we were doing I knew them already and I was throwing really good.
"My footwork is one of the best things I have right now. All the drills were pretty easy and I was just going out there throwing and I thought my balls were coming out good, good velocity.
"A lot more schools are talking to me. In the last few weeks, Cal has been out to school, Boise State was out to our practice and so was Colorado State was out there watching. There is a little more talk from colleges. It's really exciting. I can't wait to see what other colleges come out and talk to me."