Washington DT getting big attention

Redmond, Wash., defensive tackle Trevor Guyton is one of the top players in the Pacific Northwest and at 6-foot-4 and 270 pounds, he's already getting the attention to prove it.
"Lately it's been Nebraska, Washington and Washington State sending me the most stuff so far," Guyton, a first team all-state selection, said. "Washington and Washington State have both offered now."
Guyton said he has been a little busy the past few weeks, visiting a few junior days and making plans for others. He wasn't able to make it to the Junior Day at Bothell High School this past weekend, but he does have plans on making a big event this weekend.
"The only junior day I've been to was the one at Washington, and that's when they offered," he said. "I'm going to the Nebraska spring game on April 14th. Also I'm planning on going to the Nike Camp at Stanford."
He said he's excited about his visit to Nebraska this weekend, but said he's also leaning more toward the local schools at this point.
"Both Washington schools are pretty much tied right now," he said. "They've both offered and they both seem very interested in me. Besides that I like Nebraska, Penn State, Notre Dame and USC."
" It doesn't matter where I go. I wouldn't mind staying in state, but I also wouldn't mind going out of it. I just don't want to go to a college campus I don't like."
Guyton, who does have a 5.0-second 40-yard dash and a 325-pound bench press, does have some options to play on both sides of the football.
"Washington State offered for defensive tackle, and Washington likes me at offensive tackle," he said. "Washington likes me at both but they said they want to start me off at offensive tackle. Then Nebraska likes me on offense too. I prefer defense."