Drew Doxtator is just getting back in the swing of things regarding his recruitment but the Henderson (Nev.) Foothill quarterback has heard some positive news recently.
A Pac-12 offer could be on the way and Doxtator said the school would be a really nice fit for him.
"We've been on a break so I haven't talked to my coach too much but it's been going well up until then," Doxtator said.
"Utah is coming down and I could get offered and other schools keep popping in and out. Their coach said when they come down in the spring they would offer me.
"The school might not be as top-notch as Oregon or something but their offense fits me perfectly because everything is spread and they let the quarterback air it out and read the field so it would be great to get that offer."
So far, Doxtator has offers from San Jose State and UNLV and he said Oregon is reaching out a lot along with Missouri, Michigan, Wisconsin, UCLA, Florida State and others.
The Henderson Foothill standout attended Stanford's camp last summer and was especially impressed with the coaching. He could definitely return again.
"I haven't found better coaching anywhere for an overall quarterback camp," Doxtator said.
With so much interest, the 6-foot-3, 208-pound prospect said he wants to take things slowly to make sure he finds the right fit.
Doxtator, who will compete at the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour on Saturday in Phoenix, threw for 2,003 yards and 17 touchdowns this past season. As a sophomore, he had 2,687 yards and 37 scores.
"I'm looking for a spread offense or at least an offense where they let me air it out a little bit," Doxtator said. "I want to be in an offense where I can read the field."