Monrovia, Calif., quarterback David Potts was dubbed as a "super sleeper" after his strong performance this spring at the Los Angeles NIKE Training Camp.
Now after a good senior season, he's hoping to officially shake that label and become a solid recruit.
"We've been doing pretty good," Potts, who is 6-foot-2 and 182 pounds, said. "We're 9-2. We just played our first round playoff game last week and won 52-8. I did alright. I didn't do a whole lot because we were focused on the run. I went three-for-six for 112 yards and two touchdowns.
"On the season I think I had about 1,300 yards passing."
And he's starting to pick up more and more attention from colleges.
"I've been talking to Utah, UTEP, UNLV, Washington and Arizona," Potts said. "I don't have any offers yet, but I think UNLV and Utah are close to offering. But all of the teams on my list are all even at this point."
He's also close to setting up a visit or two.
"I've been talking to the UNLV coach about setting up a trip," he said. "I don't know yet when I'll commit. I'll probably wait until after my five visits and then commit."