Josh Rosen has plans for two unofficial visits this off-season but the five-star quarterback has not figured out any dates yet.
The top-rated pro-style quarterback in the 2015 class by Rivals.com said last weekend at the Team 19 7on7 workout that he still wants to take trips to Michigan and Texas in the coming months.
However, Rosen doesn't seem to be in any rush to finalize the visits.
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"I have not scheduled those," Rosen said. "This is the first time I've thrown a football since De La Salle so I'm just getting back into it.
"I have no idea. My mom has a friend who lives in Michigan so we might stay with them there but it's still wide open."
Rosen, rated as the No. 2 prospect in the 2015 class by Rivals.com, was offered by Florida State on Thursday evening but this interview was done before that offer. He helped lead Bosco to the state title over Concord (Calif.) De La Salle in late December.
The five-star quarterback recently took an unofficial visit to UCLA and the Bruins have to be considered one of the favorites in his recruitment.
Rosen has said he's also highly interested in Cal - which has offered - and Stanford (which has not) but UCLA continues to be a frontrunner.
The St. John Bosco standout said his trip over to Westwood went great, he has a strong relationship with coach Jim Mora and UCLA is looking good at this point.
"Jordan Payton took me around," Rosen said. "The school was awesome. My parents and I met with the counselor for a while and figured out the graduating early thing and if that was a viable option. I need to figure out how many credits would transfer over.
"It was just fun seeing the campus and everything."