Lealao's Clear Leader
Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian defensive end Nifae Lealao has had a top school for some time, and it's getting stronger and stronger.
"Stanford is my clear number one," said Lealao. "They're just the right school for me right now."
Lealao said the Cal and UCLA were tied right behind the Cardinal and rounding out his top five was Utah and Oregon State.
The four-star said he will likely make his decision at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Lewis Solid to the Broncos
Despite missing most of his junior year with a knee injury, Brandon Lewis had good enough sophomore film to go off and Boise State offered him in March.
The three-star repaid the Broncos with a commitment not long after they offered.
And now the Elk Grove (Calif.) Pleasant Grove cornerback is seeing hosts of schools come in and check out his team, and while they're showing interest in him, nothing will make him waver on his decision to commit to the Broncos.
"They stuck by me and offered me and it's the best team over the last eight years under Coach Pete (Chris Petersen), so it's the best combination of everything for me," said Lewis.
Lewis said he's doing some recruiting of his own too for the Broncos.
While he's missed much of the spring camp circuit trying to rehab the knee, he's been working out with his team and is two weeks away from being 100%.
Van Dyke Has Plenty of Options
Perhaps the top receiver in Northern California, Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks receiver Alex Van Dyke has over 20 offers.
And while he's got plenty of options, he's not whittling his list down at all.
"I'm still wide open and my family and I will start to narrow things down soon.
The four-star, who was an all-state football-basketball player this year, said UCLA, Cal and Arizona State were recruiting him the hardest from his offers and USC has been by twice this spring and wants him to camp at Rising Stars, and a good performance there could land him an offer.
Van Dyke has offers from Arizona State, California, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa State, Nevada, Northwestern, Oregon State, Purdue, San Diego State, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah, Utah State, Washington State, Weber Stateand Wyoming
State Champs are Loaded
After leading Granite Bay (Calif.) to a surprising turnaround that ended with the Grizzlies win the CIF State Division I title in 2012, they're loaded again, with three prospects who've been offered in the last couple of weeks.
Tight end/outside linebacker Dylan Keeney, who's pick six in the state bowl game against Long Beach Poly turned the game around, has offers from Idaho and Wyoming and said that he'll camp at Cal, UCLA and Washington, with all three showing strong interest in him.
Receiver Tony Ellison has been offered by Arizona, Fresno State and Wyoming, with the Wildcats sitting in a pretty position for him.
And 2015 linebacker Cameron Smith picked up his first BCS offers last week from UCLA, joining an early offer from San Diego State.
All three will be at the Oakland NFTC on Sunday.
Green Is Red Hot
Sacramento (Calif.) Luther Burbank running back Calvin Green was the third leading rusher last year with over 1,200 yards.
This year, he's set to be the primary ball carrier, but schools like him as a slot receiver in college.
Green is up to nine offers, from Arizona State, Washington State, Wyoming, Colorado State, Boise State, Fresno State, Eastern Washington, Nevada and San Jose State
Arizona State, Washington State, Fresno State, Boise State and Nevada are standing out to Green as a top five while the Cougars are in a good place.
"Washington State has shown me the most interest and really like me," said Green.
Green said he's interested in Cal, Oregon and UCLA and all are showing interest in him.