Offers rolling in for DuRocher's teammate.
Aaron benches 290 pounds, squats 405 and power cleans 260. He has offers from Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Oregon State, California, Northwestern, Michigan State, Wyoming and Stanford. "Stanford told me that all I need is a good SAT score," Klovas told TheInsiders. Arizona State has also recently been by Bethel to watch film. Klovas is planning on attending Washington's 'Dawg Daze' on June 8th and Oregon's 'Day with the Ducks' on the 15th. He's also going to the Seattle Nike camp on June 20th and will also spend at least one or two days at both Washington and Washington State's camps. "I'm also going to our team camp at Central (Washington) and I'm going to visit Eastern Washington too," Aaron said. "The offensive line coach there is a friend of the family." Husky head coach Rick Neuheisel called Aaron on May 1st. "He told me I was the first guy he called," Klovas said. "Coach Zoumboukos (Oregon) said the same thing. "I'm going to give the northwest schools a chance, but that shouldn't play that much of a factor in where I go." When it comes to the process, Aaron has one person that he'll rely on for input besides his family. "I really trust Coach (Eric) Kurle," he said. "He's awesome. He's going to help me out a lot." Klovas is a thoughtful and intelligent student-athlete, and knows that while it's tempting to make a quick decision he doesn't want to regret a choice that's rushed. "Really, I'm not comfortable at all committing to a school this early," he said. "It's such a big step. "When the time comes, I'll know."
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