Kaleb McGary is a 6-foot-9, 270-pound offensive tackle so college coaches from across the country have taken notice.
It's hard not to keep an eye on the Vancouver (Wash.) Battle Ground 2014 prospect who already has offers from Washington State, Oregon State, Utah and Washington.
McGary grew up in the Pacific Northwest and is a fan of Washington football but he said he'll give a fair shot to all the schools recruiting him.
There are four offers already in and McGary said many other top programs are showing interest.
Included on that list are Cal and Vanderbilt and McGary said Nebraska and Michigan recently started to get much more involved.
"I'm born and raised in the Pacific Northwest," McGary said.
"I grew up a Washington fan although I'm still open to all the programs. I'm looking at all the schools that have offered so far. There are no favorites except me being a Huskies' fan."
McGary, who also has Alabama, Boise State and others on his early list, said he got a chance to tour Oregon State and he's been to a Washington game but his recruitment is still in the preliminary stages.
As his junior season continues and especially this off-season, the 2014 prospect hopes to take more unofficial visits and see which teams are serious about him.
Four offers are already in and McGary said he is especially excited about the new interest from Nebraska and Michigan.
"I haven't gotten to go to many places," McGary said. "I've been pretty busy."