Jordan Villamin considered the idea of other official visits but after the Etiwanda, Calif., wide receiver took his trip to Oregon State he put an end to those thoughts.
The three-star prospect has been committed to the Beavers since July but had taken a trip to Utah and was looking at some others but he visited Corvallis last month, loved everything about it and has basically shut down his recruitment.
"No visits for me," Villamin said. "That was my last one to Oregon State. I'm pretty much 100 percent locked in with them.
"I went up there the first time and I felt I had a good feel for the place. I had a good feel for the whole campus and I took my official so I got to see the whole area.
"I really hung out with the players and the coaches and it really felt like home. Everything was all good. I felt like I was already on the team pretty much. That's what kind of convinced me."
The Etiwanda standout had a great time on his visit to Oregon State and he's also especially pleased with how the Beavers performed this season.
Another bonus for Villamin is that Oregon State did a tremendous job this recruiting cycle in the Inland Empire area of Southern California so a lot of his friends will be playing for the Beavers in the coming years.
After considering his options and having a great time during his official visit, Villamin said he realized he didn't need to look anywhere else. Oregon State was the perfect fit for him and he's happy with his pledge.
"I'm really excited," Villamin said.
"I can't wait to get up there. The program is getting a lot better and they're starting to get better recruits so the next couple years we can be a pretty dominant team. We might even beat Oregon."