Safety prospect Brandon Leslie (6-0, 195, 4.6) from Fresno (Calif.) Edison is another one who stood out enough to D-I coaches to walk away with an offer after Saturday's NIKE Camp held in Palo Alto, Calif.
"I felt I did pretty well," Leslie said. "I did well in the drills, too, but out of 12 reps, I only gave up one complete and that was to a big 6-foot-6 tight end on a pop pass.
"I jumped on every route and felt that I covered very well," Leslie said. "I also played some corner.
"The Nevada coach came by and told my position coach Tony Perry that I have a full ride," Leslie said. "A lot of coaches gave the sign that they are going to give me a call.
"I am probably going to visit Nebraska and Georgia Tech this summer," Leslie said. "I want to be an early commit sometime in July or after I play a couple of games.
"I have discussed taking official visits to Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, Ole Miss and Washington," Leslie said. "Colleges are asking me what game I would like to see."
Besides the newest offer from Nevada, Leslie has five other official offers from Stanford, Washington, Nebraska, Georgia Tech and Air Force.
One of the big thrills for the campers was the appearance of NFL great and future hall-of-famer, Jerry Rice.
Rice displayed his hall of fame route running dusting the young athletes who had an opportunity to cover him and memory to tell their grandchildren.
"I called out Jerry Rice, but he didn't go," Leslie said. "He said he was done and was here to watch his son.
"I wanted to go against Jerry so I could say that I did."
Outstanding camp performances are nothing new to Leslie. He has been nominated to play in the 2008 US Army All-American game because of what he did at the US Army combine in San Antonio last January.