Corey Whitaker is an old school, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle and even though his recruitment has not taken off the Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta prospect has some offers and could see things get busier in the next couple months.
Fresno State, San Jose State and Idaho have offered Whitaker, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound prospect who hasn't taken any official visits yet but plans to after his senior season is finished.
"I'm taking a visit to all three of them," Whitaker said.
"I don't think any others are close to offering but Nevada is showing interest. That's mainly it right now."
Whitaker has really emerged this season and said he's especially happen with his development and how things are going with Vista Murrieta, which hosts Corona (Calif.) Centennial in the playoffs this weekend.
Recruiting is important to Whitaker but winning tops his list and Vista Murrieta is doing a great job coming off a blowout win against previously-undefeated Upland last weekend.
In that victory, Whitaker did a fine job blocking three-star Christian Powell and 2013 Washington commit Joe Mathis.
"I'm very excited and very happy with how I'm playing," Whitaker said. "I'm putting in a lot of work and it's showing out there.
"We meshed really well as an offensive line and have the past few weeks and I think we really came together and clicked since we started playoffs."
So far, Whitaker plans to visit San Jose State sometime this month. A trip to Fresno State is tentatively planned for January and he's working on a date for Idaho.