Northest DL racking up offers

Defensive tackle Cameron Elisara (6-3, 275, 4.9) from Spokane (Wash.) Ferris has seen his stock skyrocket over the month of May. Elisara picked up eight offers this past May and now has 13 scholies on the table.
Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, Nebraska and Idaho were the first schools to tender the talented Elisara offers.
During the very busy month of May, Elisara racked up offers from Arizona, Cal, Washington, Boise State, New Mexico State, Colorado, Northwestern and LSU.

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The leading contenders for the services of Elisara are Washington, Cal, LSU, Nebraska, Oregon, Stanford, Boise State, Arizona and Arizona State.
"Every school that has offered me a scholarship called me this past May," Elisara said. "USC also called me this past spring."
"I thought by the end of summer I would have been able to make a decision," Elisara said. "But the more I talk to people the less I feel that I'm going to be able to make the summer deadline."
"I don't want to wait too long," Elisara said. "I hope to make my decision by the end of my senior season."
"Most likely the schools that I will visit officially will be schools that I can't visit on my own," Elisara said. "That's my thinking as of now."
As far as camps go Elisara will likely attend the Washington and Oregon camps locally. He will also attend the Idaho Camp with his team.
"I will take one long visit this summer and attend camps in California and Arizona," Elisara said. "I may also camp at Nebraska."
The Evergreen State of Washington has another strong year for football talent especially for elite talent. There could be a good case for at least three players to get the highly coveted five-star ranking from Rivals.com.
In only four games as a junior, Elisara racked up 35 tackles and 10 sacks. His 10 sacks projects to a 25 sack season or more. His short-lived season still saw him earn all-league honors in 2004.
Elisara had a high ankle sprain but he is now totally healed. He is running at full speed and doing cut and agility drills at full speed.
To see Elisara in action check out this link.