Malik Beachum recently made his second trip to Cal and he's already taken an unofficial visit to Oregon, a good start for the 2014 cornerback from American Canyon, Calif.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect was in attendance at the Cal-Stanford game with teammate Jomon Dotson and he said it was another great experience in Berkeley.
Unfortunately, Beachum didn't have an opportunity to talk with the coaching staff but he's planning another trip there so he can see where he stands early on with the Golden Bears.
"It was a great atmosphere," Beachum said.
"I liked it because it was a big game. The Cal fans were going wild and it was a great experience. We didn't get to talk to the coaches because we had to leave early and we were going to meet with them. I think I'll take another trip up there and get to talk with them.
"They want to see some more junior film and they want me to come out to the camp this upcoming summer."
Oregon could also be a serious option for Beachum if the Ducks get more involved as his recruitment continues. American Canyon teammate Chris Seisay is committed to Oregon in this recruiting class and Beachum said he had a great visit earlier this season.
"I would love to go to college with some of my high school teammates but I'm going to keep all my options open," Beachum said. "I would definitely be interested in Oregon if they offered."
Camps could be crucial for the 2014 cornerback - and he plans to attend a bunch of them this off-season.
Beachum said he's been receiving a lot more interest from Utah in recent weeks and he's planning to camp there this summer. He also wants to work out at Cal, Boise State and possibly Arizona.