Brent Vanderveen already has three offers from Arkansas, Oregon State and Arkansas State and many more could come by the time his senior season starts since programs from across the country are showing interest.
The Arroyo Grande, Calif., dual-threat quarterback threw for UCLA and Oklahoma State early Wednesday morning and said USC, Northwestern, Cal, Washington and San Jose State are also in the mix.
"Most of the schools say to come to summer camp and they'll check me out there," Vanderveen said. "I'm hitting four or five of them in June and that's all I have scheduled right now. I'm going to Cal, Oregon State, USC and Washington all in June.
"I don't really have a favorite right now. I haven't really thought about it yet. I'm just waiting and I'm in no rush to make a decision or anything."
Vanderveen, a 6-foot-5, 203-pound prospect, threw for 1,402 yards with 11 touchdowns and five interceptions and rushed for 578 yards and eight scores in his junior season.
It's interesting that two schools from Arkansas have gotten involved with Vanderveen so early but the Razorbacks offered after visiting the school to check on four-star linebacker Seth Jacobs, who has double-digit offers.
The Arkansas coaches liked what they saw in Vanderveen and decided to offer shortly after the visit to Arroyo Grande. Although it's still early in his recruitment, the Central California prospect said the Razorbacks and Oregon State are standing out most.
More programs could definitely get involved so Vanderveen doesn't want to get too excited about any teams yet. A big summer camp schedule awaits.
"Arkansas came to visit Seth at our school and my coach started talking to them and showed me my film and they made a call to the head coach and that was the first time they heard of me," Vanderveen said. "They offered and it was out of the blue.
"I'm really interested in them. If I had to say I had a top list they'd definitely be up there. Oregon State is up there too but I don't really have a list. I like the Pac-10 and the area is good and that's why I like Oregon State so much."