Recruiting is picking up for Brett Bafaro and things could get even better for the Hillsboro (Ore.) Liberty outside linebacker who has a busy summer camp schedule ahead.
Many more programs are showing interest and over the next few months even more could get in the mix.
Bafaro, who lists offers from Utah, Idaho and now Eastern Washington, said he plans to camp at Washington, Oregon, Oregon State and Boise State so far with other stops possible along the way.
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Bafaro, a 6-foot-2, 220-pound prospect, earned the MVP award for the second straight year at a National Underclassmen Combine this past weekend where he also ran the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds. A day later Eastern Washington offered. More could be on the way.
"I'm really excited especially after I just got offered by Eastern Washington," Bafaro said.
"Hopefully that gives me even more exposure. That means I could get more offers. I'll be going to lots of camps and then hopefully by the end of summer I can make a decision."
It still might be in the early stages for Bafaro, who said Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, Boise State and Colorado have been showing the most interest and now Cal is getting involved as well.
Bafaro said Cal run game coordinator Ron Gould recently watched his film and was really impressed so the Golden Bears could get in the mix at some point. Oregon State assistant coach Jay Locey has also been calling.
"(Cal) hadn't really heard of me and then their running backs coach watched my tape and he said right now if it was up to him I'd have an offer," Bafaro said. "He had to go back and talk with the coaches and that he would fight for it."