James Delacenserie has been busy this summer going to camps and getting more exposure and things have gone well for the 2013 pro-style quarterback from Heber City (Utah) Wasatch.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound prospect visited Utah for the second-straight summer and has also been to Vanderbilt, Wisconsin, Northwestern and Boston College.
Going back to Utah was important especially now that Delacenserie had some time to work with new offensive coordinator Norm Chow.
"It was pretty much the same as last year," Delacenserie said of Utah's camp. "Once they did all the testing, they did some drills working on footwork and a little bit of passing and then the receivers ran some routes and then did some one-on-ones.
"I think both coach Chow and (quarterbacks coach) Brian Johnson are really good coaches and it would be a really good program to be at.
"I couldn't tell how interested they were in me because they were mostly interested in the two quarterbacks they already offered (Chase Hansen and 2013 recruit Cooper Bateman)."
Delacenserie, who threw for 1,438 yards and 14 touchdowns in his sophomore season but is still waiting for his first offer, said things at Northwestern, Wisconsin and Vanderbilt also went well.
There were reports that the Utah prospect looked especially good at Boston College and he said the Eagles are definitely of interest.
"The actual school and stuff was really nice," Delacenserie said of Boston College.
"We didn't get that much time to walk around but we walked around the campus a little bit and it's really cool. The whole thing is on a hill and away from the city so it seemed really nice. I'm still really interested in them."