He will likely miss most if not all of spring practice. Nonetheless, college coaches will continue to visit to get a read on Central Sections' top returning rusher. "Washington State, Portland State, and Cal Poly have visited," said Brock. "I wouldn't mind playing at any one of those schools."
Brock played running back last season, but he plans to lineup in the slot more this season to highlight his receiving skills. He favored one school early in the process, but now he is open to any school.
"Boise State was my favorite but not much interest from them," said Brock. "I don't know who my favorite is. But whoever pulls the trigger first will probably be my favorite."
Two schools are getting closer to making an offer.
"San Diego State, I got a call from [OC] Coach [Al] Borges," said Brock. "They're interested. I'm going to their camp in June. Coach [Barry] Sacks from Nevada says he's going to push for an offer, hopefully, something will pop up soon."
Brock also plans to attend the Wolf Pack's senior day in July as well as camp at Washington State and possibly Northwestern.
Despite not having an offer, he is ready to end his recruitment when the opportunity presents itself.
"This process has been dragged out," said Brock. "It's kind of stressful for me, if I can land one offer, I will consider committing."
He reports a 3.1 core GPA. Brock takes the SAT on June 5.