Jihree Stewart was supposed to attend the Oregon spring game last weekend but he did not make it.
Instead, the Corona (Calif.) Centennial defensive back headed to Utah but not for anything concerning his recruitment.
"I wasn't able to make it up to Oregon," Stewart said.
"My brother's graduation was last weekend so we ended up going to Utah for his graduation. Last weekend was really about graduation. It was strictly for him. We didn't do anything football-related."
It's not that Stewart is putting his recruitment on the back burner.
The three-star cornerback is actually planning to visit Oregon in the next few weeks as other Pac-12 programs delay an offer and he said it will be important to spend time around the coaches to see if it could be the best fit for him.
Other visits are also being seriously considered by Stewart, who also has offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Duke, Fresno State, Northwestern, Oregon State and Wisconsin. He's looking to book more trips to see which program impresses him the most.
"I just have to go through the school evaluations," Stewart said.
"I'm going to try to take a couple visits coming up here, go over the schools and see which ones are the best fit for me and my family. I want to meet the whole coaching staff and see what kind of people they are."
The Corona Centennial cornerback recently attended the USC and UCLA spring games. An offer from the Bruins might be the closest but Stewart is getting the sense he'll have to wait until summer camps at the earliest.
"After I went to their spring games, UCLA and USC are both asking me to go to their camps," Stewart said.
"I'm thinking about going to their camps and that's really the update with them. I think I'm going to have to wait until summer camps for an offer."