Brayden Lenius has a busy few weeks ahead as signing day gets closer.
The West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade wide receiver, who had an outstanding season and helped lead his team to a state championship, is heading out on the road this weekend - the first of three probable trips before he reaches a decision.
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Lenius, who's originally from Vancouver, is headed to Washington State this weekend.
"It's pretty important," Lenius said. "It's close to home, so it's one of the things I like and why they're in my top three. I want to see if it's a program I want to be in and I want to look at their offense and their quarterback and all that stuff."
The following weekend, the 6-foot-5, 214-pound standout will take a trip to Minnesota. After that, the West Hills Chaminade receiver is considering a trip to either Washington or Miami.
Lenius was not a well-known prospect heading into this season and he had just a couple offers. But after playing so well and helping Chaminade to the title, things have picked up a lot and now he could play in the Pac-12, Big 10 or another major conference.
"It's been coming more often after the state game and after the season," Lenius said. "It's picked up a little bit."
Lenius said he wants to take all his trips before making his commitment.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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