Offensive lineman A.J. Wallerstein (6-3, 273, 5.3) from Canyon Country (Calif.) Canyon was one of the anchors for a line that helped the Cowboys win the State Division I championship in 2006. The young offensive lineman has four offers on the table and he's attending camps in hopes for getting more.
Wallerstein has offers from Utah, Idaho State, Harvard and Yale. He is getting recruiting attention from Stanford, Cal, UCLA, Oregon, UNLV and all the Ivy's.
Wallerstein attended the Cal Bear Camp on Sunday trying to get an edge on the competition as he gets ready for his senior season.
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"I thought I did well," Wallerstein said. "I can only remember getting beat once. All of Cal's coaches seem great.
"I'm going to UCLA's Camp this Saturday and in two weeks I'm going to Stanford's Camp," Wallerstein said. "I've been to both UCLA and Stanford's junior days as well.
"I would kind of like to play close to home," Wallerstein said. "I like the climate and Cal, Stanford and UCLA are all close enough to home for my parents to come and watch me play.
"I've met all three of the school's (Cal, Stanford and UCLA) coaching staff's and they seem enthusiastic about football," Wallerstein said. "All three schools are saying they are interested in me.
"Stanford wants to see me in their camp before they would offer," Wallerstein said. "UCLA and Cal want to see play this fall."
The scouting report on Wallerstein is he's a hard worker who plays every down whistle-to-whistle. He stays low and gets leverage. Has quick feet and keep his feet moving.
Wallerstein currently benches 340-pounds, squats 425 and cleans 260.
For his junior season, Wallerstein earned first-team all-league, first-team all-area and second-team all-state underclass.