Eddie Rudinski is considering one more Pac-12 trip this summer but then it will be time to focus on a big senior season at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.
The three-star linebacker is thinking about seeing Colorado before the summer is up and he also recently returned from a trip to Yale.
"If I can get up to Colorado I'm going to try to see that but that's going to be the last visit I go on before the season starts," Rudinski said. "I need to see if we can make it happen.
"I went up to Yale and that was really nice. I had to go check it out and I have family out there so that was a nice visit. I went to Washington earlier. I love the coaching staff and I love the school. The facilities are all renovated so it's crazy, it's just nice up there."
It's absolutely clear that the Huskies are in fantastic shape in Rudinski's recruitment.
"They definitely are," Rudinski said.
"I really like the coaching staff. Coach (Chris Petersen) talks a lot about character and obviously my mom loves that. Coach (Bob) Gregory is just a great guy.
"That entire staff I like the energy they bring and I like where they're headed with that program. They're going to do big things in the next couple years. They stand out. Academically, they're solid. There is nothing not to like about the school."
As for official visits, the Oaks Christian linebacker said he will definitely take one to Washington and is also considering one to Vanderbilt. Other than those two, Rudinski is not quite sure and he'll play out his senior season to see if others get involved.
"I'll have to see what happens as we go," Rudinski said. "Who knows what will happen with recruiting this year. If I have a good year then more stuff could come in."