La Habra, Calif., running back Joshua Quezada is up to nine offers and is making the rounds this summer to figure out which school fits him best.
Quezada has taken visits to Oregon, Oregon State, Cal and Washington and plans to visit BYU and Utah in two weeks. The 6-foot, 200-pound back was impressed by his visits to Oregon and Oregon State last month.
"I liked everything about Oregon," he said. "Their facilities are legitimate, they were top-notch. They have three underwater treadmills. I mean, there's only a couple in the nation and they have three. That's real impressive."
Quezada liked what he saw at Oregon State as well, and appreciated the chance to meet his recruiter, running backs coach Reggie Davis.
"He was a cool guy," Quezada said. "I liked their staff, they were real laid back. Their stadium is pretty sick, too. I think Oregon State has been recruiting me a lot more than Oregon, but I probably like Oregon more."
The new coaching staff at Washington made a good impression on Quezada during his visit to Seattle in June.
"Their staff is really young, so I could really communicate with them," he said. "I could really see myself there. They've got experience, though, since the staff is from USC, and I thought that was really cool."
Quezada is looking forward to his trip to Utah and BYU, and he speaks with Cougars defensive line coach Steve Kaufusi daily. He'll likely take a few more trips to schools that have already offered following his stop in Utah.
For now, though, Quezada is preparing for his senior season with La Habra.
"We're at summer camp right now," he said. "It's four days a week. We lift all those days and train twice a week. We have a lot of passing leagues and 11-on-11 once or twice a week. We're having fun."
Quezada said he'll likely figure out his top five schools following his trip to Utah and BYU. He wants to make a decision by September.