Sleeper quarterback is a Prince

There is a sleeper quarterback who is beginning to garner some attention on the recruiting front. Keep an eye on Kevin Prince (6-2, 195, 4.7) from Encino (Calif.) Crespi.
Prince was an all-league selection after throwing for 1,422 yards and 12 touchdowns.
On the recruiting trail Prince has picked up recruiting interest from Stanford, Oregon, Washington, USC, BYU and San Diego State.
Prince has attended Junior Days at Stanford, USC and San Diego State.
"I had a good time at Stanford," Prince said. "I think Stanford is an up and coming program. I liked the campus and the coaching staff.
"I like the way USC practices," Prince said. "They are very energetic.
"We also saw the Galen center and that was awesome, but the most impressive thing is the way they practice.
"San Diego State was also nice," Prince said. "I liked their coaches and campus, too.
Prince knows that his senior season will be huge so he's leaving no stone unturned as he prepares for his senior season.
"I'm planning to attend one of the NIKE Camps," Prince said. "I'm not sure if I'll go to the one at USC or Stanford.
"I'm going to attend the B2G Camp (Beyond 2000 Elite) with my teammates, Joseph Fauria and E.J. Woods," Prince said. "I talked to Coach Tyrone Willingham yesterday morning (April 3rd) and he would like for me to attend his camp.
"Coach Willingham wants to see me in person," Prince said. "I will also attend a half day camp at BYU on June 1st.
The scouting report on Prince is he has good arm and can throw on the run. He also makes good decisions and has the leadership qualities that all successful quarterbacks have.
Prince is also a standout in the classroom with his 3.1 GPA and 1620 SAT.