Larry Scott was one of the top prospects at the Los Angeles and Palo Alto NIKE Camps but the Corona (Calif.) Centennial recruit still hasn't picked up any offers.
Scott missed a good part of his junior season because of injury so he thinks college coaches are waiting to see him early in his senior year before extending an offer.
Washington State, Iowa State and Hawaii have shown the most interest recently so Scott is excited to get back on the field as soon as possible.
"I can't wait," Scott said. "The anticipation is huge. It seems like the days are going by slower and slower."
Scott, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound prospect, worked out mainly at wide receiver at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp and at cornerback in Palo Alto, a sign that he's working to get noticed on both sides of the ball.
That is the case because Scott will play both ways in his senior season and hopes to get recruited more as a cornerback.
He thinks after a few games college coaches will start to like what they're seeing from his film and get much more involved. Since coaches haven't seen much of him on defense that could be the sticking point before an offer arrives.
"It's mostly because they want to see my first two games because I got injured," Scott said. "I don't know if they have doubt or whatever but most all of them said they want to see my first two games and then they're going to offer.
"I'm going to try to go both ways but I'd like my college position to be cornerback. I am going both ways this year.
"That's going to be very important because I don't think the colleges will offer me without seeing some film but the coaches already told me I'm going to play in all the big games so if I can show up and play well then I should be straight."