Three-star NoCal OL focused on season

Three-star offensive linemenKevin Danser (6-6, 290, 5.4) from San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep is another guy from the Golden State who will have a lot of eyes on him when his senior season rolls around. He is considered one of the best big men in California so if he lives up to his potential it is a very good bet that he will see his offers expand.
Like many out in California recruiting has slowed up since July as college coaches went on their vacations and then started their camps to get ready for the season.
"I have not received any new offers lately," Danser said. "I've only gotten offers from Arizona, Washington and Harvard."
"Schools are saying that they're interested, I'm not really sure if they're going to offer yet," Danser said. "A lot of schools said they want to check out my senior year. I'm just going to make a highlight tape of my first couple of games and send it out."
"A lot of Pac-10 schools are recruiting me like Cal, UCLA, and Oregon State," Danser said. "A lot of Ivy League schools are recruiting me as well with Boise State, Fresno State, and schools like that too."
"I have not set up any official visits yet; I'm probably going to set them up for after my senior season."
"I definitely want to visit Arizona and Washington because they've offered," Danser said. "I definitely want to check them out."
"I want to wait it out until after the season before making a commitment. Right now I'm 100 percent focused on the season"
What is Danser looking for in a college?
"Definitely the academics, that a big part of the school," Danser said. "Also the atmosphere you get from the school and the coaching staff."
What does Danser like about the recruiting process?
"You can tell from all the hard work you've put in, all the hours put in the weight room and hours put into practice have paid off and schools are interested in you."
Danser also puts in the work in the classroom and carries a very impressive 3.7 GPA. He also has scored a 1600 on the SAT and a 26 on the ACT.
Danser was selected to the California Preseason Top 100 team for the class of 2009 landing as the Golden State's No. 46 prospect at any position.