David Price recently landed his first Pac-12 offer and the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly defensive back is excited about it.
Colorado is the first school from that conference to offer Price but it might not be the last.
Washington State recently stopped by Long Beach Poly to check on Price and teammate Jayon Brown, who also recently landed a Colorado offer, so things are picking up.
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"I'm still patient and being open," Price said last weekend at the Passing Down SoCal 7on7 Regional at Fullerton College. "I'm still getting the letters and really looking around. I'm undecided right now.
"I'm finally in the Pac-12 with the Colorado offer and I'm waiting for the rest of them to roll in. It's something I can fall back on but I'm excited about it."
According to Price, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound three-star prospect by Rivals.com, the talks with the Washington State coaching staff have gone well.
The Cougars might be the next to offer.
"The coach was saying he saw us play and he likes our size," Price said.
"They were talking about how they run their defense and how they have a new coach and how he likes to score. If they score a lot we'll be on the field and that will get us more exposure."
Colorado and SMU have offered Price so far and many schools are showing interest. That's why he plans to remain patient in the recruiting process.
Price will continue to play in 7-on-7 tournaments and he's also looking forward to camps at UCLA and USC this summer.
"I'm pretty much keeping an open mind to everything," Price said. "I just want the opportunity to play."