Upland (Calif.) quarterback Josh Nunes has been racking up the scholarhip offers as of late. The talented signal caller picked up offer No. 7 today from one of the elite programs out West.
Nunes, 6-4, 200 pounds is a national recruit and one of the top quarterbacks in the country. He earned all-state Underclass honors as a sophomore and had a big junior season throwing for 2,105 and 14 touchdowns.
Hawaii was the first school to offer and San Diego State, Colorado, Arizona, Stanford and Utah have since joined in. Today he received his third offer from the Pac 10.
"I talked with Coach Tedford at Cal earlier today and he offered me a scholarship," Nunes said. "This is a big one and I'm very excited about it. Cal is a great school and I have a lot of respect for Coach Tedford and how he develops quarterbacks. Coach Tedford said they just watched my film today and liked my ability to go through my progressions and find the second and third option.
"I'm going to go up to Cal for their Junior Day April 12 to get a better look at the school and talk to the coaches. Over the Spring Break, I'm going to take unofficial visits to Oregon State, BYU, Boise State and Utah.
"UCLA is having another Junior Day this Friday and I'm planning to go up for that as well. I went to their first Junior Day a few weeks back and also went to Stanford's Junior Day as well.
"Right now, I'm just keeping everything open and want to see as many schools as I can. If the right offer comes along, I could commit early but I'm just going through the process right now and seeing how everything play out."