After being named the most valuable player at the Palo Alto NIKE Training Camp, Palos Verdes Estates (Calif.) Peninsula offensive lineman Todd Huber picked up his first scholarship offer from Stanford. It was an offer he was extremely excited about, but now the one Pac 10 offer has been followed up with another.
"I got an offer from Washington State (Thursday)," Huber, who measured in at 6-foot-3 and 273 pounds at the camp, said. "It's a great offer from a school on the rise."
Huber has good size and tested very well clocking a 5.04 in the 40, 4.55 in the shuttle and did 22 reps on the bench at the camp. He had a dominant junior season on both sides of the ball totaling 72 pancake blocks playing center to go with 90 tackles and eight sacks on the defensive side of the ball.
Those are the types of things that WSU definitely liked about him.
"The school has great history," Huber said. "It's awesome and really exciting."
Huber remains a long way from a final decision.
"Basically, I like the whole Pac 10 and right now I just want to go through the recruiting process a little and see how everything plays out," Huber said. "My older brother (Scott) played at USC so I grew up rooting for them a lot but that really won't play a role in my decision. I'm just going to sit back and see who else is showing interest and will make a decision when it feels right for me."