Washington State, Idaho and SE Missouri State have all offered, presenting him with a few options. Minnesota could be the next to extend him a chance to play Division I football.
"I had a visit with Washington State set up, but due to other issues, I had to cancel it. I still want to visit there. I'm supposed to sit down with the Minnesota coach this week to see what can be arranged," said Eustace. "My best friend, Larry Grant, he plays at Ohio State and he's the one who talked to me about there. It would be nice to play in the Big Ten."
Cal has also showed interest in Eustace, though he's not sure what their interest level in him is like.
"Cal's left me some tickets and I've been to a couple of games," said Eustace. "The coach said they're interested in me. It would be a nice choice, because its close to home."
A 2004 grad, Eustace spent the 2004 season at American River College. He then sat out the 2005 season and ended up at CCSF for the 2006 season.
"My role in City's offense is that the tight end doesn't block a lot, so that's been kind of my downfall and is stopping a lot of schools interest in me," said Eustace. "Schools are looking for a tight end that can block and the way City has used me, I go in motion a lot and I play a lot of slot, so I don't do a lot of blocking."
Catching passes, though, has been Eustace's forte and what has caught the eyes of recruiters.
With some options to choose from, Eustace said a decision could be coming in the very near future.
"With the way things are going, I want to make a decision as soon as possible," said Eustace. "I'm really thinking it could be this week or next. But if I don't get too much going for me within the next two weeks, that could be playing a factor."
What could be preventing the "too much" is CCSF's matchup with Fresno City that is the precursor to the state championship. A win on Saturday puts CCSF in the championship game, and he thinks the winner on Saturday will be favored.
"In my opinion, whoever wins NorCal will win the state," said Eustace. "It should be a great game."