Johnny Capra spent a couple days at Oregon last week and he's hopeful things pick up even more with the Ducks especially after seeing the campus and talking with the coaches.
The Ducks have not offered yet but the Auburn (Calif.) Placer offensive tackle said the coaching staff will see him in spring practice and he's excited to see what happens in the near future.
"I was up there Tuesday and Wednesday of last week," Capra said.
"I had a great time up there. Coach (Steve) Greatwood, coach (Jim) Fisher, coach (Joe) Bernardi they all do a great job. It was really nice and I had a great time."
The 6-foot-5, 282-pound recruit who looked good at the RCS Northern California said the Oregon facilities lived up to the hype and it was definitely a high point of the visit.
Things are still just getting started with Oregon but Capra is excited about what could happen through the spring especially if the Ducks' coaches see him in a workout.
"They definitely lived up to everything that has been said about them," Capra said of the facilities.
"Right now we're just building a relationship. Hopefully, they will come out to a practice here pretty soon. We're just getting to know each other a little bit more. I'm having a lot of fun going through it and really enjoying it.
"I would love an offer. That would be awesome."
So far, Capra has been offered by Cal, Fresno State, Hawaii, San Jose State and Washington State. The Northern California prospect said Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, USC and Vanderbilt are showing a lot more attention.