Chase Eldredge said he is 100 percent committed to Oregon State especially after his weekend visit but the Palos Verdes Estates (Calif.) Palos Verdes offensive guard has not totally ruled out a trip to Washington this final weekend before signing day.
It is unlikely, though, that the 6-foot-4, 260-pound prospect would flip from the Beavers to the Huskies and so Oregon State fans should feel content with Eldredge in its recruiting class.
"Coach (Steve) Sarkisian is supposed to call me this week but I don't know about that," Eldredge said. "I'm definitely 100 percent with Oregon State so I haven't made a decision whether I'll visit there or not."
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Eldredge, who committed to Oregon State in mid-August, said his official visit to Corvallis went extremely well, no complaints, and that it only solidified his decision that the Beavers were the best team for him.
The Palos Verdes standout got to meet with the coaches, talk with the players, get a better feel for campus and Eldredge said everything went great.
Since things with Oregon State are so solid, it's unlikely that the two-star prospect would look around in the final days before National Signing Day.
"It was awesome," Eldredge said. "There were a lot of recruits up there and I had a lot of fun.
"Everybody had a player that they were assigned to and they kept us busy throughout the day and then we got to meet with the coaches. We saw the campus and the facilities and they did a really good job. It was a great trip."