Quarterback David Potts (6-2, 182, 4.6) from Monrovia, Calif., was scheduled to visit UNLV this past weekend, but the visit was canceled.
"We will reschedule the visit but the date hasn't been set," Potts said. "UMass have been showing me some interest lately and they are flying out this week to meet me at school.
"Idaho State has also been very interested, too," Potts said. Utah State has popped into the picture according to my coach and they will be coming by the school as well."
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Potts is a two-time League Back of the Year performer and was an all-area selection after throwing for 1,462 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2006.
In an earlier interview with Monrovia Coach Steve Garrison, he had the following to say about his talented signal caller.
"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. He is beginning to read defenses better and is now dropping the ball off to his second and third read.
"We have seen a more confident quarterback in both setting his feet throwing the ball and in his running. We expect him to have a big senior season."