Cody Tuttle has been to Nevada a couple times on unofficial visits and the Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake wide receiver is especially looking for his official trip this weekend.
Tuttle, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound three-star prospect who shined at the B2G Elite Camp this past summer, said he's looking forward to spending more time on campus and watching the Nevada-Hawaii game in person.
It's the only visit he has planned so Tuttle, who committed to Nevada in late April, said he's looking forward to it.
"I've been there a couple times on unofficial visits but I'm really looking forward to finally getting there on an official visit for the Hawaii game," Tuttle said. "It's going to be an 8 o'clock game on ESPN so I'm pretty excited.
"I feel like I know the campus and the coaching staff pretty well. This is a little more in-depth than just an unofficial so I'm excited to go and have a good time."
Other teams continue to recruit Tuttle but the three-star prospect said he's really not interested in other programs or taking other visits.
At this point in his recruitment, even though teams are trying to get him to visit, Tuttle said he's sticking with his pledge to Nevada and doesn't intend to take trips to other schools.
"I'm pretty committed to Nevada," Tuttle said.
"At this time I'm not going to take any other official visits. There is constant chatter (from other schools) but I'm committed to Nevada so I'm not looking at other schools."
Tuttle, who had been hearing from some Pac-12 schools, is a big pick-up for Nevada since he's a big receiver but has soft hands and is difficult to tackle.