"A lot of it has been they want me to visit them this offseason," Cote said.
Cote's father has been active in trying to set up the visit, although no official date has been set yet. There's also a possibility that he would come out for a camp in Eugene.
If Cote does visit, he said he hopes to talk with Greatwood about whether the Ducks like him at his preferred tackle position or if they see him as an asset at another spot on the line.
"I'd be open to playing at any position," he said.
The offensive system and connection to Nike were two attributes that Cote highlighted when talking about his interest in Oregon. However, there will be more key factors that will play a bigger role in how evaluates the programs interested in him.
"I think the biggest things would definitely be the relationship with the coach, the facilities and whether I feel comfortable on the campus," Cote said.
Both Boise State and Colorado have also expressed interest in bringing Cote out for a visit over the summer. In the meantime, Cote has been focusing on developing his game this offseason by focusing on one specific area above the rest.
"Almost every coach I talk to when I go to combines talk about how football is all in the hips and that great hips make a great offensive lineman," Cote said. "I feel like my hips could be better and more explosive."