Zack Greenlee had a solid junior season and looked good at the Oakland Elite 11 and NIKE Camp this past weekend but his recruitment has not picked up much yet.
That could change after the Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln pro-style quarterback attends some college camps this summer.
"I'm just going to keep working hard and I talked to coach (Trent) Dilfer and I'm going to the Elite 11 in Las Vegas that's coming up," Greenlee said.
"I'm trying to focus on my school and trying to get a bond with the new receivers. It's a new class of kids so I'm focused on them."
Greenlee, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect, said he's looking to go to Oregon State and Washington State this summer and is keeping his options open for other trips around the country.
The Stockton Lincoln standout has mainly been talking to those two Pac-12 programs and he's excited to see if he gets offered after working out there.
"Oregon State is definitely showing me a lot of interest," Greenlee said. "I talk to coach (Jay) Locey on the phone and he wanted to get me up there so I signed up for their June 2 camp.
"Washington State coach (Clay) McGuire came by my school and he said he really liked my tape and they really want to get me up to camp."
Greenlee, who threw for 2,450 yards with 22 touchdowns in his junior season, said he's also hearing from BYU, Fresno State and Tulane.
The 2013 quarterback helped lead Stockton Lincoln to a record of 11-2 this season. His teammate, junior running back Justin Davis, rushed for 2,380 yards and 36 touchdowns. He recently committed to USC.