Oregon State assistant Jay Locey was scheduled to stop in for an in-home visit on Thursday night, said Bishop.
The wideout tripped this past weekend to Moscow, saying he came away feeling a strong connection with the Vandals' coaches.
"I really liked the coaching staff... they were awesome," said Bishop. "The facilities were very nice, and the players were cool.
"It was just overall, a really good visit."
THAT DOESN'T, HOWEVER, necessarily mean that the Vandals now have a leg up on the competition, said Bishop.
"It still all depends on (what happens) with my other top schools. And after I visit those places, I'll see," he said.
Bishop has trips slated for both of the next two weekends.
"Portland State is this weekend and then the last weekend, it's Oregon State," he said.
AND PORTLAND STATE, who came to West Salem on Tuesday of this week for some face time with Bishop, who has certainly impressed Bishop over the course of the recruiting year.
"I'm visiting them this weekend ...and I think I'd be in the running for a starting spot there. "It would be a very good opportunity for me there -- but we'll see after (all) my visits and what questions I still might have on (the three)."
It looks to be down to OSU, Portland State or Idaho, said Bishop, as Signing Day (Feb. 6) is fast approaching. Although another school, one in the Beaver State, is still lurking.
"Basically those are the three main schools right there," said Bishop. "...Oregon did call last night, he actually left a message. Coach (Robin) Pflugrad called and just wanted to say 'What's up.'"
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