Defensive end Ian Bobak (6-4, 245, 4.73) from Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman didn't get a chance to play much his junior season, after a solid sophomore year, but he is making up for lost time as a senior.
In nine games, Bobak has accounted for 23 tackles, three sacks and one pass breakup from his defensive line position while helping Bishop Gorman to a perfect 9-0 record.
On recruiting trail, Bobak has three offers with his most recent one coming from close to home.
"My recruiting process is going really well at this point, I'm satisfied," Bobak said. "My last offer was UNLV, and that was about two weeks ago.
"I've messed around with a couple visits, but the only visit I've planned for sure is Fresno State from the 11th to the 13th of December," Bobak said. "I'm looking forward to seeing the school as an academic institute and what they have to offer in terms of playing time and all that stuff. I've thought of maybe making a visit up to Washington and maybe down to Arizona, and UNLV because it's only a couple miles down the street, and then Nevada probably."
What does Bobak like about the two Pac 10 teams that he has interest in.
"I just like how the Washington program is starting to turn around, and I felt a good vibe when I went up there for camp," Bobak said. "I like their coaches and their program is on an upswing and I'd definitely like to be a part of that.
"Washington talks to me a lot, but it's difficult right now because they're halfway into their season. They're contacting me every other week right now."
"With Arizona, I like how it's close to home and the way their defense is schemed," Bobak said. "I like their defensive ends coach (Jeff Hammerschmidt), I've had a good vibe with him when we talk and I like everything they want to use me as, either a defensive end or a defensive tackle."
"We've talked to Arizona and they've said if they offer it's going to be at the end of the season and at defensive tackle. They're just trying to get their ducks in a row, I guess."
Does Bobak have a preference where he plays on the next level?
"I'm willing to play anything," Bobak said. "I'll play linebacker if they ask me to."