USC commit Nico Falah wanted to take an official visit to Oregon later this month but was apparently informed by Oregon offensive line coach Steve Greatwood that a trip would not be possible.
"I talked to coach Greatwood and he said Chip Kelly doesn't like bringing in committed players so he told me to pretty much cancel," Falah said.
The only option then for Falah would be to de-commit from the Trojans and that won't happen to take a visit so the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco four-star offensive tackle said he's disappointed about the Oregon news but is moving on.
"I really don't want to de-commit," Falah said.
"I am committed to SC. I was looking forward to that visit. I didn't get a chance to go around The Opening, I couldn't visit campus. I wanted to visit Oregon and see some other schools but I guess it wasn't meant to be."
Falah, a 6-foot-4, 267-pound recruit who committed to USC in July, has plans to attend all the Trojans' home games this season.
Another Pac-12 trip might be planned, though, as the St. John Bosco standout said he's probably going to set something up with Cal for after the season. The four-star will most likely take his official trip to USC later on as well.
"It's all USC from now on," Falah said.
"The only other school recruiting me right now is Cal. I'm planning to take a Cal visit probably after the season and I'll take my USC trip after the season, too."
Rivals.com rates Falah as the No. 16 offensive tackle and No. 172 in the 2013 class. He has been offered by nearly 20 programs.