Michael Eubank was supposed to visit Vanderbilt or Tulsa this weekend but in an unexpected twist the four-star dual-threat quarterback from Corona (Calif.) Centennial will take a trip to Pittsburgh on the final weekend before National Signing Day.
The Panthers' recruiting class does not have a quarterback included and that could be important for Eubank, a 6-foot-5, 232-pound prospect who is verbally committed to Arizona State but visited Utah last weekend and is taking a cross-country trek to Pittsburgh to check it out.
Former Tulsa coach Todd Graham is now in charge in Pittsburgh and that could be a big deal for Eubank, who threw for 2,831 yards with 22 touchdowns and three interceptions in his senior season. He also rushed for 1,329 yards and 19 scores.
Corona Centennial finished 14-1 this season and Eubank, who earned his fourth star in the latest Rivals.com rankings, was outstanding in running its super fast-paced spread offense.
Eubank has been committed to Arizona State since mid-December but by all accounts was thoroughly impressed with his Utah visit last weekend and now the Utes are without a quarterback in their class after three-star Derrick Brown switched to Washington.
Arizona State has three-star pro-style quarterback Michael Bercovici pretty much locked up. The Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft standout has been committed to the Sun Devils since mid-June. Bercovici has given no sign he's looking around.
For Eubank, he has decided to hold off on talking about his recruitment until all his visits are finished.
He now plans to return home after his Pittsburgh trip and that Monday sit down and weigh out all his options to figure out which destination would be best for his future.