2014 S Bright Ugwoegbu out of Katy (Texas) Seven Lakes took his first official visit this past weekend to Oregon State.
"It was great, I loved it there," he said. "The people were nice and treated me like their own. I got to tour the place, go to the game and bowling with my host. I also talked with Coach Riley."
In terms of the game, Ugwoegbu discussed it.
"I got to go out on the field in the pre-game. I saw some things they run and then went over it with the coaches after. I saw ways I can better my game to get ready for college."
Ugwoegbu got a fair amount of time with the coaches.
"They kept telling me that if I go there, I'm in good hands. They plan to make me the best outside linebacker I could be. They just showed me a good time and made me feel at home."
Oregon State remains a favorite.
"They're still at No. 1," he said. "I just feel the whole place and the environment. I could see myself living there for the next four years."
Ugwoegbu plans to take two more officials.
"My mom wants me to take two more trips, not just one, so I'm planning to go to Fresno State and Wake Forest," he said. "I don't have dates yet, but I can say those two are the better schools from the rest of my scholarships. Fresno is a good team and they play in the Mountain West. I think the conference fits me well. Wake Forest is rebuilding. They've got a new squad and a good defense. I like the education I could get."