Quick Adjusting Visit Schedule

The Fresno (Calif.) Central receiver, Michiah Quick, talks about official visits...

Michiah Quick scheduled an official visit to Oregon a month or so ago but we heard on Wednesday that the trip was canceled by the Ducks earlier in the week. Late Wednesday night, we heard Quick was contacted by Ducks WR coach Matt Lubick and the trip was back on again. So where will the athlete be this weekend?

"I'm going to re-schedule it and go to Oregon later in the year," Quick said. "It was kind of confusing for me. I set up the visit and then they canceled saying they wanted me to retake the SAT or ACT first. Then they called last night and said I could visit this weekend but had to set in my transcripts.

"I had already decided I was going to visit California for the Ohio State game this weekend after Oregon canceled the visit. After I talked to Oregon last night, I thought about making the visit but it seemed kind of rushed and I didn't think I would have time to get my transcripts sent over in time and just get my stuff together for the trip.

"I like Oregon a lot though, they have a great offense and I would fit in well there so I definitely plan to take a visit there at some point. I like Coach Lubick and if they hadn't canceled the visit earlier in the week, I would definitely visit. It worked out well because we have a bye this weekend but like I said, it felt rushed and I just didn't feel prepared."

Quick said his other visits are locked in right now with Oklahoma (Oct. 4), Notre Dame (Oct. 18) and Alabama (Nov. 8). His last visit will be to UCLA following the season.

"UCLA will be my last visit and like I said, I need to figure out when Oregon will be," Quick said. "Hopefully it can be during a game weekend but I'll figure that out later. I'm looking forward to checking out Cal this week and I'm still hearing from USC and Washington pretty hard right now too. I'm open to all of those schools, I have no leader, after my trips, I'll figure all that out."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 16 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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