Oregon State remains the leader for Keishawn Bierria but the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne three-star linebacker will visit Oregon mid-week and then Washington this weekend and those trips could complicate his recruitment.
The 6-foot-1, 212-pound prospect showed up to the South Bay BMW West Coast Bowl last week in an Oregon State sweatshirt but the recruiting process is not exactly wrapped up yet.
The Beavers lead but the next few days could be interesting.
"Why Oregon State is No. 1 is because they were my second offer when I came to high school," Bierria said. "They constantly hit me every time they have a chance and they visit me a lot so it actually felt great being around those coaches. Those are the reasons why they're my No. 1."
But Oregon and Washington have reached out recently and Bierria is going to give both Pac-12 schools a fair shot.
He's expected to be at Oregon on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and then travel to Washington for the weekend.
Neither the Ducks nor the Huskies have offered yet but if they do then Bierria said he'll have a lot more to consider.
Only those three schools have a legitimate shot at landing his signature.
"After I take those trips I'll really know which school I've decided on," Bierria said. "I'll probably take it down to signing day or call each coach and tell them. I don't want anybody waiting on me if they could offer some other guys. I'll probably take it down to signing day and then make my choice.
"Everything goes down to the head coach so if the head coach likes me then I guess they'll offer. If they both offer it's going to make it a harder decision but Oregon State will still be in the mix."