Brendan Keeney still does not have any offers but after his performance at the Stanford Elite 11 regional workout and the NIKE Camp last weekend there's a good chance more schools will get involved with the Granite Bay, Calif., pro-style quarterback.
"I was put in the big group which was very satisfying for me," Keeney said. "I started off a little shaky but once I got the rhythm and stroke down it felt good.
"It was definitely marked on my calendar. I was thinking about it all week. (Thursday) I threw for Oregon State but I told them I had this and I really wanted to come out and compete and show everybody that I can hang."
Keeney definitely impressed at both events.
San Diego State, Oregon State, Washington State, Fresno State and Nevada are the most involved with Keeney, a 6-foot-4, 220-pound recruit who threw for more than 3,300 yards and 25 touchdowns in his junior season.
Keeney, one of the top quarterbacks at the Elite 11 workout, has already thrown for San Diego State and Oregon State.
Washington State was expected at Granite Bay on Monday and trips to Fresno State and Nevada are expected. The Northern California prospect is also expected to visit the Beavers at some point this off-season to throw for their coaching staff.
Because Keeney has no offers yet all programs are intriguing to him but more than anything he's looking for the best fit, not necessarily the biggest-named teams.
"I'm definitely open," Keeney said. "I'm just looking for the best fit. Hopefully a school can trust me a little bit because I'm ready for it to happen."