Puyallup (Wash.) four-star offensive tackle Josh Garnett has been quiet with regards to recruiting news during his senior season. The 6-foot-5, 300 pound prospect has not taken any official visits and continues to wait until after his season to begin those trips.
Garnett is the No. 39 ranked player in the nation, according to 247Sports. And despite the lofty ranking he might be one of the least talked about big-time preps in the nation. He has great footwork and upper body strength among other strong qualities.
Although he has only one official visit set up, there are two other programs in good shape for a potential visit.
"I'm going to Michigan on Nov. 19 when they play Nebraska," Garnett said. "I'm also going to visit Miami at some point also. I'm thinking pretty seriously about visiting Oklahoma too."
One school is showing Garnett more attention than the others.
"Cal is recruiting me the hardest by far," he said. "Coach (Tosh) Lupoi is the lead recruiter but all of their coaches are in contact with me. They are definitely showing me a lot of love."
Garnett is working down his list of 11 programs but said he has no favorites at this time among the group. Stanford, Oregon, Washington, Auburn and Notre Dame are a few other programs on the list.
Puyallup is 5-2 in league play and headed into playoffs in the third spot which begin in two weeks he said.