Marcus Peters has already taken an official visit to Washington State and now he's scheduled another Pac-10 trip as the Oakland (Calif.) McClymonds cornerback tries to figure out his recruitment.
Peters, a 6-foot-1, 174-pound three-star prospect, will take a trip to Oregon State the weekend of Jan. 21 and he's especially excited about the visit because he's built a strong relationship with cornerbacks coach Keith Heyward.
"I'm excited about them," Peters said. "I'm just waiting to go on the trip. I've been talking to my recruiting coach, coach Heyward, we have a good relationship and everything. I just have to go up there and see the campus."
His Washington State trip went better than expected but Peters isn't ready to make a commitment yet. He's still scheduling visits, waiting to see if Boise State offers and just taking his time through the process.
"It was better than I thought it was going to be," Peters said of Washington State. "It was nice up there, it was quiet. It looked like a great place to live. The people are very nice up there.
"I got to talk with (coach Paul Wulff) the last day on my trip. I really like coach Wulff. I'm starting off a good relationship with him."
Rivals.com rates Peters as the No. 25 cornerback nationally and No. 64 in the California state rankings. He was particularly good at the Palo Alto NIKE Camp.
Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah and Washington have also offered and Peters is waiting to see what Boise State does. He's being patient, methodically setting some visits, getting ready for his Oregon State trip and doesn't seem to be in a rush to make a commitment anytime soon.
"I'm kind of waiting on what Boise State is going to do, whether they're going to offer or not," Peters said. "Other than that, I'm just waiting on setting up other trips and taking them."