Rasheem Green has two official visits planned for sure and now a third school seems to be in great shape to get a trip from the five-star prospect as well.
The Gardena (Calif.) Serra standout said this past weekend that he absolutely will take official visits to Stanford and Miami and that a return trip to Oregon could definitely happen.
As for his fourth and fifth visits, Green remains undecided on whether to stay closer to home - USC and UCLA - or venture out.
"I might go back up to Oregon," Green said. "Those three I'm pretty sure about but the other two I still haven't decided whether I want to go to USC and UCLA or two schools further away."
Green, rated as the third-best strong-side defensive end by Rivals.com, has already seen Stanford with his parents and he's interested in returning for an official visit.
Miami has been recruiting him about as long as any other program and the five-star wants to see exactly what the Hurricanes have to offer. Green and his parents have also visited Oregon once.
"I like that Stanford is a great school," Green said. "They're more known for the school part and not just football. They also have a great football team. They've been top 10 for years. They have a great coaching staff and I like all the players up there. They're pretty cool guys.
"(Miami) was one of the first schools to hit me up which is why I like them. I also like coach (Jethro) Franklin. He seems like a great coach and I want to see what else they have out there.
"I liked that visit to Oregon. The facilities are great, the school is great, the coaches are great, the team is great, too, so it's great all around."
Green has also considered trips to Alabama and Oklahoma but the Serra recruit is undecided on his final two. Visits to USC and UCLA might happen instead. A commitment is expected at the U.S. Army All-America Game.