Three-star quarterback Brett Nottingham (6-4, 210, 4.7) from Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista has been on a tear lately as the word is out on his outstanding Elite 11 and NIKE Camp performances from last weekend. Nottingham has been the main attraction for D-I coaches that have been heading to the Monte Vista campus in droves.
"I've had a lot of coaches come by the school today (Wednesday May 20th)," Nottingham said. "Nevada offered me a scholarship today.
"Getting a Nevada offer was awesome," Nottingham said. "We have had Monte Vista guys go there and I like the location. It is near the mountain where you can ski and go snowboarding."
"Boise State said they want to offer me a scholarship and I'm excited about that," Nottingham said. "I have heard a lot of good things about the program."
Wyoming and UC-Davis were first two schools to offer Nottingham a scholie.
"Coach Marcus Arroyo from Wyoming came by the school and saw me throw a couple of weeks ago and they offered me," Nottingham said. "I got along great with Coach Arroyo; he's a really good guy."
"Also a couple weeks of ago I went to the UC-Davis spring game and was able to talk to the head coach (Bob Biggs) and he offered," Nottingham said. "It is a D-IAA, but they will give me a full ride. It would be a good option for me because I would get a great education and it is close to home."
Nottingham has a decision on what one-day camp he will attend in early June.
"Originally I was all set to attend UCLA's camp on June 6th, but now I may attend Cal's camp on June 7th," Nottingham said. "Either way though, I will be camping at both schools."
"I am also going to USC's Rising Star Camp in June," Nottingham said. "There are a bunch of other camps right now that I am interested in attending, but I have to talk it over with my parents."
"I don't have any favorite schools right now," Nottingham said. "I am open to everybody."
Nottingham earned second-team all-league as a junior. The reason he wasn't first-team was that spot was taken by Boise State bound field general, Joe Southwick. He was also second-team all-area, second-team all-state underclass and all-metro honorable mention after throwing for 3,500 yards, and 39 touchdowns, against only nine picks, while hitting on 70 percent of his passes.