Brandon Gurney's take: "Perhaps no in-state recruit has seen his stock rise as rapidly as Gustin's has over the last few months. A relatively unknown a year ago at this time, the 6-foot-4, 240-pound Salem Hills standout has piled up the offers and will have the luxury of deciding between some of the top collegiate programs nationally. Gustin is ranked as the No. 61 prospect nationally by scout.com and No. 113 by rivals.com."
|Arizona State||Yes||None||Boise State||Yes||None|
|Florida State||Yes||None||Tim Brewster|
|Notre Dame||Yes||9/5/14||Bob Elliott|
|Ohio State||Yes||None||Luke Fickell|
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