Cameron Scarlett had considered making trips to Oregon and Oregon State recently but the four-star running back made neither visit.
Not to worry, though, because the Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic standout who rushed for 1,640 yards and 22 touchdowns in his junior season is nowhere near making his decision.
Scarlett said he wants to definitely take more unofficial trips this summer - and that both in-state schools are on the list. He's in no rush at all.
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"I'm still taking it slow," Scarlett said.
"I'm just hanging out right now. I guess I'm waiting until the summer when I can get a better intake on the schools and get a better look at them. I'm pretty busy with track so I don't really have much time to really find out when I'm going to make my decision.
"I'm going to try to take a couple trips this summer. I want to go see Washington and maybe go see Stanford. I could go down and see all the California schools again. If I don't go there I will try to go to Arizona and Arizona State. I can see (Oregon and Oregon State) any time."
No leaders have emerged for Scarlett, the sixth-best all-purpose back in the 2015 class and the top-rated player in the state of Oregon.
Plenty of programs have recently stopped by Portland Central Catholic to recruit the 6-foot-1, 210-pound prospect and he's appreciative but he's not prepared to name a clear frontrunner this early in his recruitment.
"There has been a good amount of schools coming by," Scarlett said. "Washington has been there, Stanford has been there twice, Washington State was there, Oregon was there, a good group has been around."
So far, Scarlett has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, BYU, Cal, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and Washington State.