Zack Greenlee put up big numbers in his junior season and he's hearing from a few schools but nothing too serious just yet.
The Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln quarterback who threw for 2,450 yards and 22 touchdowns in his junior season said Tulane and Fresno State have been showing the most interest and he has already visited with the Bulldogs.
"Lately, I've been hearing from Tulane," Greenlee said. "That's the school I've been hearing a lot from. Their recruiter, Keith Williams, he's a coach over there now, they just got a new coaching staff, and he really wants me to get out for the camp and to check out the school.
"I just got back from spring practice at Fresno State last weekend. I went there and talked to my recruiting coordinator from there and I also got to talk with the offensive coordinator a little bit to see what they're doing with the new offense.
"(Offensive coordinator Dave Schramm) talked a little bit about what they're trying to accomplish with the new offense and I'm really interested in what he was saying. Those are the two schools I've been talking to the most."
Greenlee, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound three-star prospect, is also hearing a little bit from Washington State.
The Stockton Lincoln standout will be in Las Vegas this weekend for the New Level Athletics 7-on-7. He'll also work out at some NIKE Camps and so he hopes his recruitment picks up even more soon.
"I'm going to Vegas to go out and compete and after the NIKE camps hopefully I can get some looks," Greenlee said.
"I'm just going to keep working hard going into my senior season. I hope to get more looks and that will come as I get bigger, stronger and start going through the camp circuit."