Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin 2019 quarterback Dylan Morris had no offers when last Friday started.
By the end of the night, though, Morris had three offers, all from Power Five schools.
A Big Ten school got it started for Morris when Nebraska offered.
"The offer from Nebraska was very unexpected because I have only spoke with them a few times but I feel I fit their offense well," said Morris.
Later in the day, Morris was offered by Washington State.
"I'm very thankful for the offer from Washington State," said Morris. "I love the things they do with their offense and in Pullman. Coach (Mike) Leach offered me."
That night, Morris headed up to Seattle to see Washington practice. Before he left, he had one more offer waiting for him.
"I was at practice and Coach Pete (Chris Petersen) offered me in person," said Morris. "The Washington offer was a dream come true. I've been a Husky fan all my life."
Aside from the three offers, Morris is also hearing from UCLA, with quarterbacks coach Marques Tuiasosopo, a Washington native, recruiting him after having seen him throw this spring.
"I like Coach Tui a lot, he came by when he was recruiting Foster (Sarell) this spring," said Morris.
With his first three offers under his belt, Morris said his focus is on helping the Eagles move from the quarterfinal round a year ago, when he quarterbacked them as a freshman to an unbeaten regular season, to further in the playoffs.
"It's a great feeling to get the offers, but now I've just got to win some games with my team and chase a state championship," said Morris.
Morris was on the Scout 2019 Watch List in July and is an early four-star by Scout.