LAS VEGAS -- Last season, Caleb Repp led Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos with seven touchdown catches, hauling in 27 balls for 502 yards, and at least a few Pac-12 programs have taken notice.
"I've got Oregon State, and a bunch of written letters from Washington State. Those are the two main ones right now, but that's really it," Repp said at the Pylon Elite 7on7 event in Las Vegas.
"Oregon State, I've been told that they want to move me to tight end, which I'm OK with, but Washington State, I haven't heard what they want to do with me," said the 6-foot-5, 205-pound Repp.
Though he doesn't have an offer yet, Repp is hoping for one from the Beavers, or from one of several childhood favorites.
"Oregon State. I really like their program, and the coaches up there. I would like to be offered by Washington, too, and mostly Pac-12 schools and maybe some schools out in Texas, too," Repp said. "Texas -- the Texas Longhorns -- I remember watching Texas and USC in the Rose Bowl, and my mom went to Washington, so I grew up watching their games, too. UCLA, every now and then, because Richard Brehaut, he came from my high school, so we watched him."
Pylon 7on7: Repp Talks Interest
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