Four-star quarterback Richard Brehaut from Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos isn't the only player at the school that has star power, running back Arby Fields (5-9, 193, 4.38) has also attracted colleges to the Los Osos campus and he has seven offers on the table.
Schools that have already offered the speedster from Los Osos are Colorado State, UNLV, Nevada, Idaho State, Washington State, Duke and Northwestern.
Arizona State, Stanford and Hawai'i could be close to offering Fields a scholie.
"I feel real close to making a decision," Fields said. "I'm waiting to see who else offers. I have been talking to USC, LSU and Kansas, too."
"I plan on playing baseball as well as football is college," Fields said. "So I am talking to a lot of schools that are looking at me for both sports."
On the diamond, Fields plays second base and center field. He is mainly being recruited to play outfield, but USC likes him as a second baseman.
Fields batted .383, hit three home runs and knocked in 16 runs while stealing 13 bases as a junior. He earned first-team all-league in baseball for both his sophomore and junior seasons.
On the gridiron, he was selected first-team all-county and first-team all-league after rushing for 1,123 yards and 25 touchdowns. He caught 13 passes out of the backfield for 305 touchdowns and two more scores.
On the defensive side of the ball, Fields racked up 41 tackles as a cornerback. Teams didn't really throw to his side much as a junior so he didn't have any interceptions, but he picked off four passes his sophomore season.
Does Fields have a favorite?
"I'm looking at all the schools that have offered me," Fields said. "Plus I like USC, Arizona State, Kansas and LSU."
"I have immediate interest in all schools, but I'm not leaning toward any school right now," Fields said. "I talk it over every night with my parents."
"I would like to make my decision sometime after I take all or most of my visits," Fields said. "I could make my decision by mid-season or before or after. I just want to make the right decision and that's why I'm going to talk everything over with my parents."