New Pac-12 interest for Joyner

Austin Joyner had a strong performance at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles and now the 2015 running back is hearing more from a Pac-12 powerhouse.
"Oregon has been sending mail recently," Joyner said. "One of their coaches called my coach and he was talking about me coming down there.
"It is a very exciting offense. They have really talented people there all around."

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The Marysville (Wash.) Marysville-Pilchuck standout is not only interested in the Ducks, he's planning a trip to Eugene in the coming months to check out the campus.
Joyner, who already has offers from Washington and Washington State, will be in the vicinity for the upcoming NIKE Camp and he plans to check out the school and the football program during his visit.
"I'm not sure what day I'm going down there but pretty soon I'm going down because I'm already going to be down in that area for the NIKE Camp," Joyner said. "I'm looking forward to it."
His recruitment is just getting underway but Joyner said Washington stands out early on just because he's closer to the school and knows the coaching staff better.
The 5-foot-11, 186-pound prospect who made the Top Underclassmen list from the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles said the Huskies do stand out but a lot can still happen since he has two high school seasons ahead of him.
"Washington is standing out more just because I can get over there more often," Joyner said.
"It's not nearly as far as a drive so I've just talked to the Washington coaches more."