Fairfield (Calif.) wide receiver DelaShaun Dean was all set for his first official visit this weekend, but has made a slight change in plans.
The three-star, 6-foot-3, 184-pound California talent was going to head quite a distance to Nebraska as they are set to take on Wake Forest, but things have changed and the visit has been moved.
"We changed the visit date to Nebraska as a matter of fact today," Dean said. "My mom wants to go with me and had to get some things together money-wise to make the trip, so it's going to be for the Pittsburgh game the weekend after that."
His top six teams are pretty solid with Washington, Arizona, Oregon, UCLA, Nebraska, and Colorado all being part of that group. Those teams are also his current offers.
"Those coaching staffs have always been honest with me and that top group is really based on who is recruiting me the hardest," Dean said. "I'm very excited to start seeing these schools."
Dean sees himself deciding in late October and has an idea of who might be receiving his second official visit.
"Oregon is definitely a team I'll visit along with Washington and maybe Arizona," Dean said. "We've got our first game this week, so I'm concentrating on that."
Dean is the No. 38 prospect in the state of California.