B.J. Kelley hasn't set up any official visits yet but the Fresno (Calif.) Central East wide receiver has targeted some schools with Oregon leading the way.
The Ducks recently offered Kelley, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star prospect, and there is definitely mutual interest. Kelley has said multiple times that Oregon is his favorite at this point in his recruitment.
"It's going good," Kelley said. "They call me once a week now. I haven't scheduled an official to Oregon yet but I'm going up there.
"I love the idea of me being up there. I also like it that I'll have the chance to start when I come up. I know some of their big receivers are leaving so hopefully I can fill that spot if I go up there.
"They're killing everybody right now and their fundamentals are great so I'm looking forward to going up there and seeing it in person."
Oregon is a favorite but Fresno State, Northwestern and Cal Poly are also being considered by Kelley, whose Fresno Central East team visits Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral Saturday night.
Kelley, who also has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Eastern Michigan, Idaho, Oregon State, San Diego State and Washington State, took an unofficial visit to Fresno State for its game against Cincinnati to open the season.
His relationship with assistant coach Pete Alamar has gone a long way in keeping the Bulldogs under high consideration.
"I went to their game against Cincinnati and that was a good game, they came back and I talk to coach Pete a lot and I'm pretty close to them," Kelley said. "I like how they pass the ball, that's what I'm here for. I'm not really worried about staying home though so that won't play into it."