Lineman lands new Pac-12 offer

Scott Quessenberry had been hearing from the UCLA coaching staff but they had not been able to watch his junior season highlight film together until Tuesday.
That's when the Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon heard back from the coaches and landed his newest offer from the Bruins.
UCLA is definitely under strong consideration but since Quessenberry hasn't taken visits yet he still holds all schools equally at this point in his recruitment.

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"They called me up and said they were excited about me but they didn't have time to evaluate me as a staff together so then Tuesday they had a chance to evaluate me as a staff and coach (Marques) Tuiasosopo said they watched me as a staff and loved me and wanted to offer me.
"I talked to coach (Jim) Mora and he was fired up. It was nice to get that offer because they have a good recruiting class and they have some good coaches there ready to go and it sounds like spring ball is going well."
UCLA joins Nebraska, San Diego State, SMU, Washington State and Wisconsin for Quessenberry, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound prospect who can play on either side of the line.
The La Costa Canyon standout was expected to visit Nebraska in April but he's going to have to reschedule that trip because the three-star is taking the ACT that weekend. He still plans to visit Wisconsin at the end of the month.
Because Quessenberry likes his offers and doesn't have in-depth detail about all the schools, he isn't naming any frontrunners yet.
"I put them on the list and continue compiling," Quessenberry said. "No one really has a head start on me right now. I look at them all the same.
"Big Ten football is great, when you think of great linemen you think of that conference. Then you have Pac-12 football and the West Coast. Then you have San Diego State and San Diego is one of the nicest areas on the planet. Then you have them moving to the Big East and that's great. Dallas is another great area and SMU is a great program. I don't think anyone has a head start right now."