Josh Rosen had an enjoyable time at the Stanford camp, including throwing the football more than 70 yards one time, but the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco quarterback was not offered when he was on campus.
The 2015 standout who shined at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in Chicago said he got good feelings from the entire Stanford coaching staff and even if they're sometimes slow on offering players, the process could be sped up for him.
No offer yet, but one could be on the way for Rosen.
"I didn't feel I did as well as I could but I felt I threw the ball pretty well," Rosen said.
"We talked for a while. I talked with pretty much every coach, (Mike) Bloomgren, (David) Shaw, (Mike) Sanford, and it was cool. We talked throughout the junior day and after the camp. We talked about Kevin Hogan's evolution so it was cool.
"From what I've heard, I thought I was getting offered at the camp, but I guess not that quickly. I think they're going to speed up the process a little bit."
So far, the 2015 quarterback has been offered by Cal, Duke, Michigan, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt and Virginia.
Northern California is a prime destination for Rosen, plus he loves new offensive coordinator/quarterback coach Tony Franklin at Cal so the Golden Bears' offer is definitely a serious one to consider.
"It's huge," Rosen said. "It's in my top schools. It's a great school, great coaches, great team, great atmosphere. It pretty much has the stamp of approval from my parents so it's definitely under consideration."
Rosen will camp at UCLA on Friday, Cal on Saturday and then he plans to work out at USC later this month.