Ricky Town is finalizing his camp schedule and it's going to be a busy summer.
The 2015 recruit from Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure who was one of the top quarterbacks at the Los Angeles Rivals Camp plans three Pac-12 and two SEC stops looking for more exposure, more offers and a chance to keep relationships going.
In all, Town will work out at Alabama, Georgia, USC, UCLA and Stanford and other stops might be in the works as well.
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"Alabama I'm really interested to see what it's like over there," Town said. "I know football is like a religion for Alabama so it's going to be interesting to have that atmosphere.
"At Georgia I really want to check that out. I've always been a fan watching them and I really like what they do and their history."
Town, who already has offers from Arizona State, Miami and UCLA, has a stronger bond with the Pac-12 schools just because they're closer so getting to those three programs will also be important.
USC and Stanford have shown a lot of interest this spring and UCLA has offered so Town wants to work out at each school and get a better feel for each place.
"I went to the USC spring game and they're really interested in me," Town said. "I've been building that relationship with all the coaches there. They said they want to see me again at camp.
"I have the offer from UCLA so I want to keep building that relationship and keep growing with them. Stanford is a lot of the same things, building that relationship. I was just down there over spring break and they want to see me perform and see me at their camp so I want to get a better feel for it."
Also during spring break, Town along with teammates Bryce Dixon and Davonte Nunnery went to Arizona State. A few weeks later, the Sun Devils offered the 2015 quarterback and they definitely pique his interest.
"I went down there with Bryce and Davonte over spring break and they were really interested in me but I didn't expect an offer that fast," Town said. "It was a bit surprising in a good way.
"It's a little bit new. I went down there and I saw the campus and it was really nice. I like their offense. It's definitely fast-paced and they throw the ball a lot which is definitely appealing."