Sefo Liufau had a big junior season and is receiving lots of recruiting attention but the Tacoma (Wash.) Bellarmine Prep pro-style quarterback has not received any offers yet.
Looking at the number of programs involved with the 6-foot-4, 215-pound prospect that could change before his senior season starts.
"At this moment I don't have any offers," Liufau said. "I just get lots of mail. After the Army combine I've gotten a few more schools get in contact with me. Auburn and Alabama have been sending me some mail and I've called them.
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"I'm hearing a lot from Colorado, UCLA, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State and Nebraska. Those are the main schools that are sending lots of mail right now."
Liufau threw for 2,253 yards with 23 touchdowns and six interceptions in his junior season and helped lead Bellarmine Prep to an 11-1 record so there's no doubt he's on the radar for many schools.
The only junior day he's set up so far is to Washington State next weekend and he's definitely interested to see what first-year coach Mike Leach and his staff have to offer.
"That fell into place," Liufau said. "My team is in districts for basketball and I had a free day so I'm going to their junior day. That's the only one I know of right now.
"I do know I'm going to visit some colleges during spring break. I'm focused with my parents on getting that schedule set up. We'll see after that what the summer will look like camp-wise."
It's still a little early for the visit schedule over spring break but Liufau said he'll probably be focused on going to schools up and down the coast by car.
Rivals.com included Liufau on the Rivals.com Army All-Combine team after his performance in San Antonio. He's rated No. 196 in the early 2013 rankings and is a four-star recruit.