Jordan Villamin is planning to take his official visit to Oregon State in late November for its matchup against Oregon and the Beavers' commit said that trip could determine his future destination.
Oregon State has Villamin's commitment but Utah is still a serious contender in his recruitment and the 6-foot-4, 195-pound three-star prospect said his trip to Corvallis will be crucial.
The successful start for Oregon State has definitely impressed Villamin, who said he's been following along but also keeping other options on the table.
If the Beavers keep winning, that certainly could not hurt.
"I've been following them a lot," Villamin said. "My mom and I have been watching the games when they're on. It's been a crazy start for them.
"I've been talking to coach (Brent) Brennan mostly about everything and then I'm basically waiting on taking my trip. I'm excited. I want to see how they compare to Utah. The visit will probably decide it for me."
The Etiwanda standout has been committed to Oregon State since July but has decided to look at other programs and has been particularly interested in the Utes.
He took a visit to Utah in September and was definitely impressed with what the Pac-12 school offered.
"I wanted to see what Utah had in store and it was a great feel there," Villamin said.
"The atmosphere was outstanding and I liked the players and the coaches. The fan base was great."
No other visits are planned at this point other than the one to Oregon State. That will be a crucial trip to see whether Villamin sticks with the Beavers or flips to Utah.