Bruins Offer O.C. Quarterback

San Clemente (Calif.) quarterback Travis Wilson received his sixth offer from UCLA and he talks about his time frame and what his college plans may be...

San Clemente (Calif.) quarterback Travis Wilson has a half-dozen offers, but the Scout 300 passer is in no rush to make a decision.

"I would like to commit during the summer, so I can just focus on the football season," said Wilson. "But it's pretty open right now."

The 6-6 Wilson landed his sixth offer last week, when UCLA became the first in-state school to offer him.

"UCLA offered last week," said Wilson. "The head coach, Rick Neuheisel, offered. I was there (Sunday) and we watched UCLA practice. I didn't get to talk with any of the coaches, though, because we had to leave early."

Wilson said he would be back to visit UCLA unofficially.

He's already visited three Pac-12 schools this spring.

"I've been to Washington, Utah and Colorado," said Wilson.

While he declined to name a leader, one school stood out to him on the visits.

"I liked Utah when I visited the school," said Wilson.

Wilson said he's leaning towards leaving California for college.

"I think I'm looking to leave," said Wilson. "I want to experience something new and be somewhere else."

Wilson has offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Iowa State, UCLA, Utah and Washington.

As a junior in 2010, Wilson completed 58% of his passes for over 2,300 yards, 12 touchdowns and seven interceptions while rushing for nearly 500 yards and four more scores.

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