Nate Longshore update

Nate Longshore, a 6-4, 230 pound quarterback from Canyon Country (Calif.) had a strong week at the recent EA SPORTS Elite 11 Quarterback camp showing why he deserves to be ranked among the nation's top quarterbacks. The strong armed quarterback has an unofficial visit planned for next weekend and if he gets an offer, a commitment could be coming.

Longshore continues to get better every time we see him. We watched him quite a bit as a junior and loved his size and arm strength but had concerns about his mobility. He has worked hard in that area spending the last five months with a sprint coach and it has paid off. Longshore caught our eye at several spring passing tournaments and then had a standout showing at the EA SPORTS Elite 11 workout in Las Vegas which got him an invite to the EA SPORTS Elite 11 this past week.

Longshore had a great camp showing off one of the biggest arms in the camp. He's also very accurate, a great leader and in the right system, should be a great college player.

"I really like Nate a lot," EA SPORTS Elite 11 head coach Bob Johnson said. "He doesn't have great mobility but I think almost any quarterback would love have his arm strength. He's also very accurate and has a great personality. He had a strong week out here for sure."

Longshore left on Sunday for an unofficial visit to BYU and will head to Cal next weekend.

"I like Cal a lot right now," Longshore said. "Hopefully I'll get some good news and they decide to offer me. If they do and I like it in Berkeley, there's a chance I could commit. I think Jeff Tedford is a great coach and does a great job of developing quarterbacks. USC and UCLA are also high on my list. I want to stay on the West Coast and I've always liked the Pac 10. We'll just see what happens, I'm not that worried about recruiting to be honest. I think when all is said and done, I'll be happy with whatever school I decide to attend."


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