"Right now I'm feeling good," Barnes told Scout.com. "The official visits have been a good opportunity for me to get out and see the colleges as well as spend a lot of time with the players and the coaching staffs. Its kind of the universities last stand to show me all they have."
"I would say that the visit was very good," he said. "It was a chance for me to go out there and see the campus. I was very open minded and I got a good vibe from coach [Jeff] Capel, the university and the players."
One of the primary reasons Barnes has Oklahoma high on his list is because of the relationship that he and coach Capel have. According to Barnes, Capel relates well with players his age.
"I would say it helps," Barnes said. "He went through a lot of the same stuff that I'm going through right now."
"[Our relationship is] very good," he added. "Seeing that he's a lot younger than the other coaches and that he played at a high major university gives us a lot to talk about."
Barnes originally was scheduled to go to UCLA this coming weekend, but he's pushed that visit back. Here's his current schedule:
Barnes, the nation's top prospect, is still planning to decide prior to the November signing period.