"I really enjoyed it and had a great time," said Barr.
Several things stood out to Barr.
"From meeting with all of the players, and talking to the players, everyone lives and breathes Oregon football there," said Barr.
Barr was hosted by freshman Derrick Malone, himself a Southern California native.
He also got to spend quality time with the coaching staff.
"I talked to everyone quite frequently and especially got to talk with Coach Chip Kelly," said Barr.
His teammate, Rahim Cassell, has already committed to Oregon and has been to Eugene already, but he didn't waste any time when Barr got back to put his two cents in for the Ducks.
"Yeah, he started on me pretty quick, telling me I need to join him," said Barr.
The four-star, though, wasn't ready to proclaim a leader, despite nearly committing to Cal last month.
"I'm still open and going through the process," said Barr.
Barr has already visited Washington and Florida officially and said he plans to take an official visit to Cal and Miami and would likely take an unofficial visit to UCLA.
An UnderArmour all-American, Barr said he'd like to announce his decision before then.