Garrett Weinreich is taking his visit to Oregon State this weekend and it's an important trip as the Beavers are definitely under serious consideration but the Arroyo Grande, Calif., offensive guard said every school is still on the table.
Weinreich, a 6-foot-6, 290-pound prospect, will be visiting Corvallis with Arroyo Grande teammate Brent Vanderveen, a three-star quarterback who committed to Oregon State this past summer.
For Weinreich, though, no leader has emerged yet.
"All my options are open," Weinreich said. "I haven't really seen the campus yet or met the coaches at Oregon State. I met one of the assistant coaches, he came to one of our games, but that's about it.
"I'm taking my mom along and she's going to help me make my decision. I really just want to come into a good program."
Arizona, Colorado, Fresno State, San Jose State, SMU and Washington State have also offered Weinreich, who said Utah has gotten involved recently and is showing lots of interest, but he hasn't set up any other official visits.
He could take trips to Colorado and Utah but the three-star prospect said he's not sure about when those trips will happen. Weinreich said Fresno State offered a couple months ago and have since been trying to get him to campus.
This weekend's trip to Oregon State could be big for Weinreich since he has a teammate going there and the Beavers have been considered one of his favorites throughout his recruitment.
Finally getting to see Corvallis could be a big deal in his decision-making process.
Rivals.com rates Weinreich No. 41 at offensive guard in the 2012 class and No. 90 in the California state rankings.