Recruiting had been slow for Michael Eubank but now things have picked up in a dramatic way and the Corona (Calif.) Centennial quarterback has earned his second Pac-10 offer.
Washington is the latest offer for Eubank, a 6-foot-5, 232-pound three-star prospect by Rivals.com, who has thrown for 2,130 yards with 20 touchdowns and one interception and has also rushed for 830 yards and 14 scores.
Corona Centennial remains undefeated and largely untested and Eubank is a big reason why. Now colleges from across the country are taking notice.
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"Their program is really good and what they do up there with their quarterbacks is phenomenal," Eubank said of Washington.
"Their quarterbacks coach is great and coach (Steve) Sarkisian is great. They develop first-round draft picks and I'm definitely trying to get to the NFL so that's something that was pointed out to me, how successful they are with quarterbacks.
"Even if they're in the raw stage, which some people say I am, they can still develop them into first-round players."
Washington joins Arizona State, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah State and Northern Colorado on Eubank's offer list and more might be coming soon. Numerous programs have inquired about Eubank and since he's not rushing a decision the three-star quarterback welcomes the attention.
"My coach told me that Georgia Tech called and asked about me," Eubank said.
"Cincinnati has been very interested in me and they've been calling me frequently along with Colorado. Colorado has shown interest in me. They want to get to know me and my family first before offering me."
Centennial, which has outscored its opponents 619-131 this season, faces Upland this weekend. The Huskies are expected to go far in the playoffs and Eubank said he's not going to seriously focus on recruiting until the season is finished.
"I'm going to try and wait it out," Eubank said. "When my season is over that's when I'll sit down and actually have time to decide.
"Trying to decide now when everything is still hectic with my season would be tough. I want to make sure my high school career is complete before I move on."