Camp plans come into focus for Eubank

One prep signal-caller that is just now starting to see recruiting pick up is Corona (Ca.) Centennial QB Michael Eubank and he hopes this week yields some offers. However, the talented passer said even if offers come in soon, he's still planning to be a busy young man over the next two months, hitting several different camps including Washington's...

"Things have been going pretty good," Eubank told Dawgman.com. "I don't have any offers yet, but a lot of recruiters are supposed to be here this week to get a look at me and some of our other prospects so I'm hoping to find out some news about that pretty soon."

Eubank has the prototypical size (6'5" and 220 pounds) that schools are looking for in a quarterback and many have extended invitations to attend their camps and, ever the competitor, he said he plans to be at quite a few.

"I know that I'm going to the Elite 11 camp on Friday," Eubank said. "That's for quarterbacks and then I'm going to the USC 'Rising Stars' camp, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State's camp, Washington's camp for sure and then probably Oregon's and Idaho's too.

"I just want to get out and show teams and coaches what I can do. It's fun to compete and to be under the pressure of them looking at you. I feel like I do well in that atmosphere."

Of the interest from Washington, Eubank said he's spoken several times to Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian and likes what he's hearing.

"I haven't talked to anyone but coach Sarkisian from Washington," Eubank said. "My coach said he got coach Sark's number and that he wanted me to call him, so I did and we've talked a few times since then.

"He's a well-respected quarterbacks coach and he really has the team believing they can win up there. They came back well last year from the year before (when Washington was 0-12) and they are definitely a school I'm interested in otherwise I wouldn't be going up there."

As a junior last fall, Eubank split time at quarterback with senior Michael Arrendondo and posted solid numbers, completing 84 of 143 attempts for 1,123 yards, nine touchdowns and eight interceptions while helping to lead the team to a 10-3 record.

This fall, he'll be the leader of what promises to be an explosive offensive attack with RB Dion Bass, WR Larry Scott and explosive ATH Barrinton Collins as well.

We'll check back with Eubank in the coming weeks and update news as it breaks with him and as he gets closer to making the trip to Seattle in mid-June.

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