Connor Humphreys gets out of school later this week and then the four-star defensive end hits the road.
The Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic standout who shined at the Rivals Camp Series in Los Angeles is scheduling a bunch of trips - and it's giving some insight into which schools are leading in his recruitment.
"I finish school on June 13 and then the next day I'll head down to UCLA and visit UCLA for the weekend," Humphreys said. "I'll come home Sunday and then Monday we leave for vacation and I'll be gone all week.
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"On the way home we'll stop at Tennessee and Wisconsin and then come home and then stay home for a while and then head to Arizona State and then Oregon State last. I may try to get over to Boise State for a game and also Washington State."
So far, the 6-foot-3, 257-pound prospect who has moved up to No. 7 at strong-side defensive end by Rivals.com has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Boston College, Cal, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Vanderbilt, Washington State, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
During his upcoming trip to Los Angeles, Humphreys said he might also head over to visit USC but that is not certain yet.
Since Humphreys plans to visit nearly every school that has offered so far, it's still difficult to judge which team stands out most in his recruitment but after this big round of trips that could change.
After these visits, Humphreys could have a much better feel for what is right but a decision is not expected for a while.
"I think I'm starting to find some of my favorites, most of those are my favorites, and then I have a couple more like USC that are also close," Humphreys said. "Those are sort of my top schools though. When I'm down in LA I'll probably hop over to USC, too."