Elk Grove (Calif.) cornerback Kevin Frank (5-11, 190), has performed admirably this spring, making his mark at the San Francisco Scout Combine late last month (earning all-combine honors) and he just recently picked up his fourth offer.
“I got a new offer from Nebraska,” said Frank. “They’re recruiting me as an athlete. I was pretty surprised by that one but I was really excited because they’re a good program.”
Boise State, San Diego State and hometown Sacramento State were the first schools to offer Frank, the Hornets offering late in his junior season and San Diego State and Boise State doing so earlier this spring.
And Frank is hearing from a few more schools, all who visited the Elk Grove campus during the contact period.
“I’m hearing from Arizona, USC, Cal and Utah,” said Frank. “Cal and USC are recruiting me as a defensive back and Arizona and Utah are recruiting me as an athlete.”
Frank plays quarterback for Elk Grove but knows that his days behind center will end at the conclusion of his senior year, which he’s fine with.
“I just play there to help my team win,” said Frank. “I want to play DB, but I’ll play anywhere. I’m really trying to work for my team first. Recruiting is second.”
This summer, Frank will camp at both Cal and USC, and he’s hoping a strong showing there can net him some Pac-10 offers.
Last fall, Frank passed for 711 yards and six touchdowns while rushing for 398 yards and 11 touchdowns on offense. Defensively he had 19 tackles and two interceptions.
Academically, Frank has a 3.0 GPA and scored an 18 on the ACT.