There is a very athletic prospect that is getting recruited at two different positions though he earned all-league and all-region honors as a quarterback. This versatile performer has seen a recent heating up of his stock after a solid performance at the USC Camp on June 11th.
The athlete in question is Bobby Guillory (5-9, 173, 4.4) from Vallejo (Calif.) Bethel.
From his quarterback position, Guillory rushed for 829 yards and 19 rushing touchdowns. Through the air he passed for 724 yards and six throwing touchdowns.
Though Guillory is a productive signal caller most schools are recruiting him as a cornerback while some other schools like him as a wide receiver.
Guillory was a standout at USC's Camp on June 11th and caught the interest of the Trojans and received an offer from Idaho.
Guillory told Rivals.com that he also has offers on the table from Oregon, Washington and Nevada. Cal and Oregon State are also showing interest.
"The camp at USC was great," Guillory said. "The first time I was at USC was for their junior day. It was exciting but it was a little more laid back."
"At the camp the coaches didn't just tell you what to do," Guillory said. "They were really into and having fun, making it fun for all of us too."
What is Guillory looking for in a school?
"I want to see how each college that I'm interested in runs their program," Guillory said. "Academics will also be important."
"The college has to have my major," Guillory said. "I am interested in the outdoors and wildlife."