Priest Willis made another unofficial visit to USC on Saturday and got to know the coaches even better, another important step as the four-star cornerback from Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza considers all his options.
Willis, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound standout who's rated ninth at his position and No. 84 overall in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, said it was his fourth trip to USC and he's getting to know everything better.
"I know my way around now," Willis said.
"Just being there feels great. The coaches really care about the players and I've really developed my relationship with the coaches especially Monte Kiffin, coach (Lane) Kiffin and I got to meet coach (Marvin) Sanders and he's a great guy.
"Just talking to all the coaches I'm building my relationship and that's really going to help the recruiting process down the line."
Willis, one of the top defensive backs last weekend at the New Level Athletics Elite 7on7 in Las Vegas, is definitely interested in the Trojans but the four-star said he's not ready to make his decision yet.
An unofficial visit to Virginia is coming up sometime this month and many other programs have offered that Willis is still keeping under consideration.
The Tempe Marcos De Niza recruit has nearly 30 offers and he plans to remain patient with the recruiting process. Willis said the USC coaching staff has talked about him making a commitment but he's not ready for that yet.
"We talked about it and they said whenever I'm ready," Willis said. "They said they want me to make the best decision for myself."