"Oregon State, they've been there for me since Day One and I know they have a good program," said Simpson. "What they did this year, they pulled off some big ones."
In addition to the Beavs, three other schools are catching Simpson's eye most at the moment -- Oregon, Washington State and Nevada. All have offered. He does not have a frontrunner.
"Right now, every school is dead-even," said Simpson. "It'll be mostly about wherever I feel comfortable at, with the staff and the team."
An official is scheduled for Oregon on Jan. 12. The weekend before, Jan. 5, could also be filled in the coming weeks, possibly to either Washington State or Nevada. ASU, the school Simpson de-committed from following the coaching change, had not been in contact as of Tuesday afternoon, he said.
Washington State was by for an in-home visit this past week, which Simpson said went well.
"They've been there since the jump-start and once I de-committed, they came back on the scene and started talking to me again," said Simpson.
Distance doesn't look to be part of the equation.
"I'm trying to stay West, but that's about it," said Simpson.
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NOTABLE NOTES AND QUOTES:
Washington State - "Washington State, they run a good program. They're receiver friendly, like all of these schools are that have offered me. They've been there since the jump-start and once I de-committed, they came back on the scene and started talking to me again."
Nevada - "I really like that (Pistol) offense and what they're doing over there, they turned it around and made it to a Bowl game, playing Miami."
Oregon - "They're known for their passing, and they have a good program."