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."