San Marin (Calif.) Novato has lost its first two games but 2014 quarterback Manny Wilkins has been playing well and receiving more recruiting attention.
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound prospect who shined at the Oakland Elite 11 has thrown for about 400 yards with three touchdowns in two games and said some Pac-12 programs have reached out.
Wilkins said Colorado, Utah and Oregon have been sending the most recruiting mail and he might see the Ducks play twice this season.
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"September 1 just passed and I got a couple e-mails and more stuff in the mail but nothing too serious yet," Wilkins said. "Colorado sent me a bunch of stuff, Utah and Oregon sent me some stuff as well.
"I got an e-mail saying I could come up to an Oregon game. Since we play on Saturdays it's kind of hard to get out to a game but they play Stanford in the last (home) game of the season and I don't think we have anything so I'll probably make my way out to that game."
There is also a good chance the 2014 quarterback will attend the Cal-Oregon game in Berkeley on Nov. 10 so even though Wilkins won't have many chances to get out to college games this season he could see at least two.
Both involve Oregon and the Ducks are definitely under consideration by Wilkins but he said no teams are out of contention.
Since Wilkins is still waiting for his first offer, the junior is open to everybody at this point.
"I don't really have a dream school because I feel certain schools have certain characteristics and of course Oregon has a lot of great things, great facilities and a great program," Wilkins said.
"The Arkansas State game was a complete blowout and they were just dominant. There are schools out there that are just cool so I don't really have a favorite school. It would certainly be an honor to get that offer though."