Beau Hershberger recently visited Yale and loved the trip but is still hoping some Pac-12 schools offer and he has received some good feedback.
The three-star outside linebacker from Granite Bay, Calif., camped at Oregon State and got rave reviews from the coaching staff. Hershberger said he's hopeful an offer comes from the Beavers soon.
"I felt I did extremely well," Hershberger said.
"I think it's just a matter of time before I get a call from them. They compared me to Dylan Wynn who's their starting defensive end at the moment and they said I have better footwork and technique than him and he's a stud athlete so that means a lot. That was good feedback."
Yale is a serious option for Hershberger, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound three-star recruit who shined at the recent Oakland NIKE Camp. He has received offers from Yale and Sacramento State so far and said many other schools are showing interest.
Yale seems like a serious option but Hershberger said the ideal place for him would be somewhere in the West.
The Granite Bay standout said he's not rushing a decision, either.
"At the moment I just don't know yet," Hershberger said. "The whole thing about Yale is there are so many job opportunities after college. I think the West Coast is ideal for me though."
Many more schools could get involved as Hershberger is expected to stop by Oregon, Arizona and USC as the off-season continues.
In his junior season, Hershberger had a 94-yard interception return.