Offensive tackle Zack Dilley (6-5, 280) from Menifee (Calif.) Paloma Valley is having an outstanding senior even if Paloma Valley is a below par, 2-4 thus far.
"The season is a little disappointing," Dilley said. "We've just been a little off track."
Personally though, Dilley has been knocking opposition off track his senior season as he is averaging somewhere between eight and 10 pancake blocks a game.
On the recruiting trail Dilley holds two offers from San Diego State and UTEP and he could be closing on a decision over the next few weeks. He is currently waiting on one Pac 10 team before he makes his decision.
"I'm trying to wait on Washington," Dilley said. "I've been talking to coach (Joel Thomas) and he's just not sure if they are going to offer me or not.
"They've seen my film and stuff," Dilley said. "So I don't know, I'm just kind of waiting.
"Everything has been going well. It has slowed down a little bit lately though. I'll probably make a decision in a few weeks."
What does think about San Diego State?
"It's definitely a school I would like to go to," Dilley said. "But playing in the Pac 10 would be something I would really like to do."
There is another school that Dilley would like to hear from.
"Oregon would be one of those schools," Dilley said."You always see those Pac-10 schools."
Is there player that Dilley looked up or can compare his game to?
"I really liked Mark Schlereth
Dilley and his Paloma Valley teammates will look to right their season this Friday Evening in what is a very big game for them.
"We play Elsinore this week at home," Dilley said. "It's a league game and its really our last chance to get in the playoffs.
"We kind of gave one away last week and we put all the time in the off-season to get to this point," Dilley said. "So it's definitely something everyone is ready for."