"It was really good, I talked to coach Yost," said Amos. "He said he is going to be recruiting me from now on."
Amos described the main message of the Cougar coaching staff.
"They were mainly just telling us about the new facilities and kind of based the whole thing on how they are moving the program up to the next level," said Amos.
In addition to Washington State, Amos is hearing from a long list of schools.
"Right now I would say quite a few are calling, I think I will find out more in May if they are really recruiting me," said Amos. "I know Washington State, Washington, Eastern Washington, Montana, BYU and Idaho State are all showing interest. I'll kind of find out more in the next couple months."
Amos is a talented quarterback, but also has the physical abilities to play wide receiver or safety at the next level.
"I know that Washington State wants me as a quarterback, but I am short for a quarterback, so I can go back on being an athlete," said Amos. "I am open to going into another position. If a school wants me to play safety, wide receiver or quarterback I am fine, as long as I am playing football."
Washington State wasn't the only trip that Amos has planned this spring.
"I am going to the NW Elite camp again," said Amos. "I am going to college camps wherever they want me to come. I think we are going to the Skyline 7on7 this year."