Quarterback David Potts (6-2, 188, 4.8) from Monrovia, Calif., put on quite a show just over a month ago when he participated in the NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles. His showing there and at other events have helped put him on the map.
Though Potts hasn't received an offer as of yet, he has seen his stock heat up as there have been plenty of D-I colleges by the Monrovia campus over the spring.
"I think the NIKE Camp really helped David's stock," Monrovia coach Steve Garrison said. "He hasn't received an offer yet, but I think it is just a matter of time."
A partial list of the schools that have shown up at Monrovia are Utah, Arizona, Washington, Mississippi State, UTEP and Idaho.
"Everyone knows that David has a strong arm," Garrison said. "But now he is refining his game and is also throwing with finesse."
"I think David understands the game much better now," Garrison said. "He is beginning to read defenses better and is now dropping the ball off to his second and third read."
"David has worked very hard on his lower body strength this off-season," Garrison said. "It has already shown this spring."
"We have seen a more confident quarterback in both setting his feet throwing the ball and in his running," Garrison said. "We expect him to have a big senior season."
As far as going to camps this summer there isn't a definitive word if Potts will be going to any camps. If he does end up going to a camp it will be to one of the schools that is showing him some recruiting attention.
As a junior, Potts was selected League Back of the Year as a junior after throwing for 1,475 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also rushed for 253 yards out of the spread offense.
Definitely one to keep an eye on this fall.