But now, the four-star is down to three Pac-12 schools, all three schools ranked in the top 20 nationally.
Baker has been to Washington's season opener against Boise State and was supposed to be at Oregon's game against Tennessee but had to postpone it. He's also hoping to take an unofficial down to UCLA during the season, as he did a year ago.
"I was thinking early about announcing at the U.S. Army Bowl, but we'll be playing late into December hopefully so I'm going to set them up for after that and probably just announce at my school like in January."
Baker said the process isn't tiring for him yet.
"It's second nature now," said Baker. "I talk to the same coaches but we're both busy because they're on their game week and I'm on mine. But I talk to the coaches at Washington, UCLA and Oregon all the time."
Baker will be honored this week at his school as a U.S. Army All-American, following former Wolverines Steve Schilling and Jack.