Puyallup (Wash.) Rogers offensive tackle Chris Bush is ranked as the No. 10 player in Washington and he's done everything he can this summer to increase his stock. Everything includes trips to the Eugene NIKE Camp and camp stops at Idaho, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State.
"I think I did well," Bush, who measured 6-foot-5 and 280 pounds at the NIKE Camp, said.
"I showcased my talents real well. We had pads on at Wazzu and Idaho. I went to Washington State and Idaho and then came home for a couple days and went to Oregon and Oregon State right after. So I was real beat when I got home."
The hard work hopefully will pay off. Bush currently only has one scholarship offer from Indiana, a Big 10 program that has a new coach, and Idaho, a regional program that has been up and down the past 10 years.
"Idaho is a good school," Bush said. "They have good facilities and they're getting a lot of things redone there. Idaho is definitely an option."
"Indiana is the leader right now. Indiana is recruiting me the hardest. I like them. The coaches are really nice guys over there. I like them a lot."
But he does have a school that if it was to offer he'd be really excited about.
"If I got an offer from Washington State they'd probably be the leader. I like their campus a lot and it's closer to home. I like the area. Coach (George) Yarno is a real good line coach and the rest of the coaches are real nice. And the program is going in the right direction."
Bush said at this point he's starting to focus more and more on his senior season and less on the recruiting wars. Bush has a 3.0 grade-point average and has scored a 1560 on the SAT.