Brady White made three camp appearances outside California this summer and the 2015 quarterback from Newhall (Calif.) Hart seems highly interested in all three programs.
So far, White has only received an offer from San Jose State but many top teams are getting involved with him.
"I'm getting a lot of interest from Oklahoma State, Oregon and Washington and I was just at their camps this off-season," White said. "I think I'm done with the camp circuit but I'm still hearing from schools mainly from the Pac-12. I've also heard from Florida, Northwestern and Vanderbilt."
The summer trips were definitely valuable for White, one of the top quarterbacks at the B2G Elite Camp this past weekend.
Stillwater definitely impressed White and he said something really complimentary of Oklahoma State's facilities.
"I went there first," White said. "Oklahoma State is awesome. They have brand-new facilities and that's a football school and a football town.
"Along with football they have solid academics and you have to look for that, too, so that was good. The camp was nice and I got a lot of time with the coaches. That was quality time out there. Oklahoma State is kind of the Oregon of the Midwest."
The two Pac-12 stops were also positive. White said he didn't receive offers from Oregon or Washington but the coaching staffs really impressed him and those two teams are going to stay high on his list as recruiting continues.
"Oregon has top-notch stuff," White said. "I have family that goes there so I hear a lot about them. Coach (Scott) Frost and coach (Mark) Helfrich are awesome, they spent a lot of time with me and they're so down-to-earth, it was awesome there. Their academics are great.
"Washington was a great trip. Coach (Marques) Tuiasosopo was there with me a lot along with coach (Eric) Kiesau and coach (Steve) Sarkisian. They treated me so well and they showed a lot of interest in me. They're all cool and it was a good trip. I only got out there one day so I got a lot of reps and they said they're going to be around for the recruiting process."