Three important visit weekends remain leading up to National Signing Day and four-star wide receiver Sebastian LaRue plans to take advantage of them all.
The Santa Monica, Calif., standout will take a trip to Texas A&M next weekend, followed by Notre Dame on Jan. 25 and LaRue is still working on a final trip for the Feb. 2 weekend.
Since performing well in the Under Armour Game recently, LaRue said Texas Tech, Miami and Texas have started to show interest. The former USC commit has already visited Washington State and the Cougars are still under serious consideration.
With trips booked for the next two weekends, LaRue is looking at those three new programs and is still open to others for that final visit in early February.
"Washington State is still sitting there," LaRue said. "They're up there with me. Texas Tech is making a strong run. Also Miami and some other schools like Texas are making a strong run. Those are the ones I'm talking to right now."
The next two weekends are crucial for LaRue, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound prospect who de-committed from the Trojans earlier this month.
LaRue has already taken one unofficial visit to Texas A&M so he's looking forward to returning and now that questions about Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly's future have been resolved getting to South Bend is also a high priority.
Questions about LaRue's trip to Notre Dame were asked prior to the news Kelly would return next season.
"I'm just basically going out there to check out the school again," LaRue said of Texas A&M. "I went out there once before but the coaches weren't settled. Now that they're settled I want to go out and see the coaches. I'm just trying to check it out again.
"(Notre Dame) is under consideration because of the school. I have to see where the coaching staff ends up and things like that, what coaches would still be there, so that would play a factor but I really like the school."
Rivals.com rates LaRue as the No. 32 wide receiver and the No. 241 prospect in the 2013 class.