Quick's Official Visits Taking Shape

Fresno (Calif.) Central athlete Michiah Quick has tentatively lined up two more official visits and has a good idea where his last visit will be as well...

Michiah Quick is the top rated wide out in the West region and an equally talented player on the defensive side of the ball. He's being recruited solely as a receiver right now, which is his preference as well.

On the recruiting front, Quick has visits lined up with Oklahoma (Oct. 4) and Alabama (Nov. 8). He locked one more school in and is very close to setting No. 4 and 5.

"He's going to visit Notre Dame for the USC game (Oct. 19)," Central coach Tony Perry said. "We just talked to Denbrock today and got that locked in. We're also going to lock in Oregon for (Sept. 14) when they play Tennessee. That one still needs to be confirmed though but we're going to call them right now and get that locked in.

"With that last visit, I think it's going to be to UCLA sometime after the season. I know the in-state schools like the visits to be when the season is over so they have more time to spend there. He'll also visit USC unofficially when they play UCLA and California when they host Ohio State."

According to Perry, all the schools on Quick's list still have an equal shot.

"There's not one school standing out above the rest for him," Perry said. "He likes all of these schools and is just looking to find the right fit for him. Location doesn't matter to him, he'll go wherever he feels most comfortable.

"All of these schools are on him hard right now. They're all blowing us up about him and making sure he knows what a priority he is for them. It's going to be a tough decision but the visits will be big for him and I know he's looking forward to seeing all these schools up close and learning more about them."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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