Kyle Kearns is starting to receive a lot more interest from one Pac-12 school at least and the Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill quarterback is planning to visit in June.
"On June 1, I'm going up to Colorado to hang out with coach (Mike) MacIntyre and coach (Brian) Lindgren and their staff and they have a camp there," Kearns said. "I'm going to watch the offense and I think they're close to an offer."
The four-star quarterback who has an offer from SMU and a tremendous amount of interest from many other programs has good reason to feel positive about the Buffaloes.
Kearns, who looked good at the RCS Northern California and numerous 7on7 stops this offseason, is encouraged by what the Colorado coaches told him will happen if he makes it to Boulder. An offer could be on the way.
"They said they wouldn't have me come out there unless they were seriously considering an offer," Kearns said. "I felt like they have really shown a lot of interest in me and I got to talk with coach MacIntyre and it seems they're really close to offering me.
"I really like Colorado and their offense. Coach Lindgren came by and coach Klayton Adams also came by to watch me throw. I've talked with them a little bit and I really like Colorado so far."
The 6-foot-2, 188-pound prospect has already visited SMU and said he loves coach June Jones and his high-octane offense. A stop at Stanford's camp this summer is a strong possibility and Kearns said he's still figuring out the rest of his stops along the camp circuit.
"They don't offer quarterbacks unless you go to their camp," Kearns said of Stanford. "I talked to them and they said to come to camp. Hopefully I can put on a show and they will like me."