"I liked getting to meet everyone at Oregon and getting hands on with the coaches. I love how they get their wide receivers involved in the offense and how they run a four or five wide set. That's really what impressed me most," Austin said. "I never really got a chance to see them play before and their offense really blew me away. They played five wide receivers the whole game. That's a wide receivers dream."
Austin's next visit is to Arizona on December 9 and UCLA on December 16, but this weekend he will be attending the rivalry game between USC and UCLA. "I know guys on both teams so I won't be rooting for anyone too hard," Austin said. "But I gotta say that I'll probably be cheering for UCLA a little more. I want to see a good game. I hope it'll be a game to remember like the Notre Dame game earlier this season. For UCLA to win I think they need to contain Reggie Bush. I think USC is favored by 21 points, so they need to make sure Reggie doesn't score three or more touchdowns. UCLA needs to show them a one-two punch and just contain USC."
Austin was originally scheduled to be taking an official visit to Miami last weekend, but said that coach Larry Coker cancelled all the visits that weekend so the 'Canes could focus on finishing their season strong. "They are still trying to get into the Fiesta Bowl I think and they didn't want any distractions," Austin said.
"I need to make sure I can be comfortable for four to five years," Austin said. "I want to have a good vibe with the coaches and players too. Also, I want to play right away, so if I feel I'll have that chance I'll take it."