Anthony Camargo has decided to take an unofficial visit to Stanford this weekend and it could be a big trip for the La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat standout.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect plays linebacker but the Stanford coaches said they could also consider him for a role on offense and Camargo seems open to anything. An offer would be huge but Camargo is not getting ahead of himself.
"They haven't talked about an offer yet but the coaches seem to like me either at linebacker or maybe even as a fullback," Camargo said.
"I'm going to go up there. I already went to one of their camps. That was good and I did well there. The SATs are already squared away. I'll be able to see all the facilities this weekend so that should be nice to be up there."
The Bishop Amat three-star prospect has already taken one trip to Stanford this summer but he didn't get much of a chance to tour the facilities or see the campus.
That should happen this weekend.
"It was honestly beautiful up there," Camargo said. "I just like the look and the feel of the campus. I liked it a lot. It's going to be nice to go in more of the buildings because I didn't have that much time last time I was up there. That should be fun."
So far, Camargo has been offered by Boise State, Brown, Dartmouth, Fresno State, Nevada, Penn, Utah State, Villanova, Washington, Washington State and Yale.
Camargo has considered official visits to Washington and Yale but an offer from Stanford could change his thinking. After this weekend's trip, the three-star should be done for the summer.
"I'll probably be done," Camargo said. "Our first game is on August 29 and that's only a couple weeks away so I'm going to start focusing on the season."