Salem (Ore.) Sprague tight end Teagan Quitoriano (6-7, 240) is one of the top tight ends out West in the 2018 class.
"I have three offers, but none are really standing out at the moment because it is very early in the process," said Quitoriano.
Still, coaches are heavily pursuing Quitoriano from each school.
"I'm talking with Coach (Mario) Cristobal, Coach (Marcus) Arroyo and Coach (Matt) Noyer from Oregon, Coach (Dave) Baldwin, Coach (Brian) Wozniak and Coach (Jake) Cookus from Oregon State and Coach (Mason) Miller and Coach (Jay) Norvell from Nevada," said Quitoriano.
Quitoriano will check out another Pac-12 school this month.
"I'm going to Washington on April 19," said Quitoriano.
Growing up, Quitoriano favored one of the in-state programs.
"My favorite school growing up was Oregon State," said Quitoriano.
Quitoriano said most of the Pac-12, outside of the Arizona schools, are recruiting him as well as Wyoming and Hawaii.
The three-star said he doesn't have a top group of schools at this point, with just a trio of offers.