Dashon Hunt will take his first official visit to Nebraska next weekend when the Huskers host Wisconsin as the Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake cornerback gets busy taking trips.
The former UCLA commit said he plans to take all five allotted visits because they're crucial in his decision-making process.
He'll start with a trek to Big Ten country.
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"I'm definitely taking all five officials because that's going to determine where I want to go to college," Hunt said. "That's a big part of my decision, my official visits.
"I'm just looking forward to getting down (to Nebraska) and meeting the coaches in person and really getting to talk to them more."
There is still a wide range of schools involved with Hunt, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound four-star prospect who's rated as the No. 26 cornerback and No. 240 in the 2013 class by Rivals.com.
Hunt said the main programs recruiting him include Nebraska, Boise State, Arizona, Cal, Arizona State, Hawaii, Oregon State and Washington.
Because his list is still so expansive, Hunt would like to narrow things down to a top six soon and then figure out his remaining visits.
With all five official visits being planned, a final decision is not expected for some time since many of those trips will not come until later in his senior year.
"I'm taking other visits too," Hunt said. "I just don't know when and where.
"I would say it's still open. I want to try to start minimizing my options soon so I'm looking to get my list to about six schools I'm really interested in."