Pac-12 camps coming for Meeks

UCLA was the first school to offer Quenton Meeks and he said no matter what else happens in his recruitment the Bruins are going to stay near the top.
"They're definitely a school I'm interested in just because everything surrounding them," Meeks said.
"They've been a good program the last couple years and starting to pull together under coach (Jim) Mora and overall it's a really attractive place to go to. They were the first school to offer me and I'm a loyal guy so I'll keep them as one of the top schools."
There is a lot more happening in his recruitment, though. The San Diego (Calif.) Del Norte defensive back has heard from many other Pac-12 programs and he seems to have a lot of interest in Stanford and others.
More interest has come in recently - along with another offer from Boston College - and Meeks said a lot of coaches want to see him at summer camp before offering. That's why the 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect is starting to chart out his busy summer schedule.
"Last Monday a coach from USC and Cal stopped by," Meeks said. "They liked my transcripts and they're very interested in me and they both want me to go to their camps. A Stanford coach stopped by to check on my grades and see if I would be eligible. He said I would be so he wants me to go to camp and if they did offer me it would be at camp.
"All of them are looking at me as a defensive back. USC maybe at safety because of my size but most of them are looking at me as a corner."
Summer camps will play a big role for Meeks, who said he's planning multiple Pac-12 stops and is strongly considering camps at Auburn, Georgia and other SEC schools.
"I'm definitely going to hit up as many as I can, definitely the schools I'm interested in," Meeks said. "I'm 100 percent going to be hitting up Stanford's camp. From there, I don't know, but probably USC's camp and maybe Cal's camp. Stanford is definitely going to be the No. 1 camp and UCLA's camp because the coaches want to work with me there."