Three-star offensive lineman Devan Cunningham (6-6, 305, 5.1) from Sacramento (Calif.) Grant was another player who was scheduled to take a visit this past weekend to Washington, but didn't make the trip.
"I haven't heard from Washington for awhile," Cunningham said. "I lost their phone number and I haven't heard from them for about the month."
Cunningham has taken three visits and another one scheduled to Fresno State on December 15th.
"I like my time at Arizona," Cunningham said. "The area was really nice and the school was awesome. The fans were great and the town was nice.
"The weather at San Diego State was nice and so was the school," Cunningham said. "I have a good connection with their offensive line coach, Jonathan Heimbach."
"At Colorado I have a connection," Cunningham said. "Their recruiting coordinator is a graduate from high school.
"Like Arizona, Colorado is a nice college town," Cunningham said. "Boulder is real quiet, not like Denver. If you ever need a faster pace, Denver is only a half hour away."
"Cal is also in the mix," Cunningham said. "I haven't taken an official visit there, but I have been there before and I have talked to Coach Jeff Tedford."
"I am thinking about making my decision before Christmas," Cunningham said. "Sometime after my trip to Fresno State."
Cunningham plays for one of Northern California's most successful programs and won their District Championship last Friday night.
Rivals.com ranks Cunningham as the No. 27 offensive tackle prospect for the class of 2007. He is also a member of the Rivals.com California top 100 landing as the Golden State's No 49 prospect at any position.