For Salem Hills junior Porter Gustin, sleep can wait.
Gustin spoke to The Tribune by phone Tuesday night after striking out seven batters in a six-inning 4A playoff victory against Box Elder.
This weekend, he'll throw javelin at the state track championships in Provo. Before that, very likely, he'll hear from a vaunted college football coach or two about his prospects as a Division I outside linebacker, defensive end or quarterback.
And, he says, he's got a 3.5 GPA to maintain.
His offer list is now up to 34, and it includes most Pac-12 schools and heavyweights like Florida State, Wisconsin and Notre Dame. Most suitors see him as an outside linebacker, he said, but Oregon, LSU (which has yet to officially offer), UNLV and Wyoming have all talked to him about playing quarterback.