Colby Cyburt is pretty certain he'll take official visits to Colorado, Stanford and UCLA but the three-star offensive tackle from Mission Viejo, Calif., said he isn't sure when he'll be able to see those campuses.
The Mission Viejo team has regular Saturday morning film sessions and the 6-foot-5, 265-pound prospect said he doesn't want to miss those to take trips. That's why his visits might have to wait until after the season.
"Any time we have a weekend when we don't have to watch film on Saturday I could take a visit then but I'm not sure," Cyburt said Friday after his team defeated Bakersfield Centennial. "I can't miss that."
Those three programs are recruiting Cyburt the hardest and he said he especially likes UCLA because of its proximity to home, Stanford stands out because of its academics and Colorado was his first offer and he feels a sense of loyalty to that program.
"All three of those teams are really recruiting me the hardest," Cyburt said.
"It's going to be a tough decision but I don't want to narrow it down until I take those visits. That's going to be important."
Cyburt will probably take his other two visits as well. Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington, Boston College and Harvard are all being considered. He said taking a trip to the East Coast is definitely not out of the question.
"Right now all those schools are being considered for trips," Cyburt said. "I don't want to say I have a leader at this point."
Rivals.com rates the Mission Viejo standout as the No. 48 offensive tackle in the 2012 class and No. 53 in the California state rankings.