Kyle Kearns had a great summer.
The 2015 quarterback from Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill did not land any offers but he's planning to talk with the Georgia coaches soon and a bunch of other schools including Alabama, Washington, Northwestern and Texas A&M are hoping he visits later this summer.
"Georgia has their camp on July 12 so I'm going to call them next week, catch up with them and touch base to see what they're thinking and what they want," Kearns said. "The whole coaching staff is on vacation now so I'll wait to call them.
"Those others are trying to get me out this July. The high school commitment I have to have with all the new guys, I can't really abandon them right now. I'm kind of focused on the season that's coming upon us."
The 6-foot-3, 184-pound prospect who threw for 2,500 yards with 26 touchdowns in his sophomore season might be finished with traveling for the summer and he's happy with how it turned out. Georgia is showing a lot of interest, Texas remains involved and Kearns is hearing much more from major programs.
Kearns has not landed any offers yet but it's not worrying the 2015 prospect.
He cites Joe Mixon as an example of not having his recruitment take off prior to his junior season plus Kearns has said numerous times that he's really only focused on landing offers from teams he likes the most.
"I went out there and I talked to a lot of coaches and they were all impressed," Kearns said. "It's just now they want to see how my junior season goes. I'm not stressing out about the offers.
"Joe Mixon didn't have a single offer going into his junior year and look at him now. He has 50-some offers. I'm not too worried about the offers. It's more about the offers from the schools I want to go to and getting the right offers. You can only commit to one of them."