DeVante Wilson kicks off his official visit schedule this weekend at Arizona and the three-star weak-side defensive end from Corona, Calif., is excited about the trip and other things that are happening in his recruitment.
"I'm excited to get out there to experience it for myself in person," Wilson said.
"It's going to be fun. I want to talk to the coaches more, continue to develop that relationship, meet some players and start building a bond with them so if I do end up going there I'll be comfortable with it."
Wilson, a 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect, has another visit set up to Nebraska for the weekend of Oct. 15 when the Huskers host Texas.
He's not planning to schedule any more trips yet because USC and Oregon have started to show more interest and might soon offer.
"I'm going to set up more," Wilson said. "I'm kind of waiting because some schools are close to an offer like USC and Oregon. If they do offer I'll schedule them.
"(USC) said they want to see my first three games, they're going to analyze it, and then they'll see what they're going to do. It's very exciting. They've always been one of my dream schools. Oregon is saying pretty much the same thing."
Corona is 1-1 to start the season with a 21-17 victory over Temecula (Calif.) Temecula Valley and a 56-34 loss last weekend to Mission Viejo, arguably one of the top teams in southern California.
Wilson has five sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery so far. Corona hosts Palm Springs Friday night.
Rivals.com rates Wilson No. 18 at weak-side defensive end and No. 39 in the California state rankings. He also has offers from Colorado State, Duke, New Mexico, San Jose State, Utah, Washington and Washington State.