"I got offers from Portland State and Montana," said Tate. "Montana offered first, I was at the state track meet. I haven't talked to them that much at all, so it was a surprise. Portland State, I expected them to offer, just not this soon."
The 6'1" 170lbs prospect is going to take his time and research both programs.
"I don't know much about Montana, I want to go down there and see it, one of the places I never been," said Tate. "For Portland State, I like where it is… in the city. I like the facilities and that is in the city."
The Grizzlies and Vikings aren't the only two programs showing interest.
"From my coaches, they say that Idaho and Eastern Washington are close to offering," said Tate.
Tate is still working on which college camps he will attend this summer, but he does have his calendar set for a couple dates in the next month.
"Right now I am going to the SPARQ testing, then the NFTC the next day and the NEI camp on the 30th," said Tate.
Tate is back to focusing solely on football after a successful showing at the state track meet.
"I ran the 200M and got 5th in state, I did the long jump and placed 3rd," said Tate. "Both of our relays did well, the 4x100M got 2nd and the 4x400M got 1st."