Brett Rypien was one of the two quarterbacks that worked out at Stanford last weekend and even though he got the sense that Ricky Town would be offered first, the 2015 quarterback is still highly interested in the Pac-12 powerhouse.
"They told me basically when I left they wanted to see how I did this year and they're going to keep following me," Rypien said.
"I saw they just offered Town. I kind of figured that. When I was down there I was kind of getting that vibe, that they were going to offer him, but it will be interesting to see what they do if he commits someplace else."
The Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park quarterback who put up tremendous numbers in his sophomore season said he was basically blown away by his Stanford visit.
Friday's workout went well and the Saturday junior day was even better. Rypien said Stanford was highly impressive and will definitely be one of the schools he considers especially if they continue to recruit him through his junior season.
"I thought we both threw pretty well," Rypien said. "It was about a two-hour session and then we went up and had dinner on top of the stadium.
"The junior day was pretty unbelievable. Getting a tour of the campus and then getting a feel for how they play football, coach (David) Shaw led it for most of the time and then the trainer came in to talk with us.
"At lunch the professors came in and they grouped us into majors. They talked to us about that and why we should go to Stanford. It's a pretty easy sell when you're No. 1 in pretty much every academic category there is and your football program is top five in the nation."
So far, the Shadle Park quarterback has been offered by Boise State, Colorado State, Idaho and Washington State. Rypien plans to be at Washington for its season opener against Boise State.