"I'm going to Oklahoma," Plattenburg said. "I'm looking forward to the visit and having a weekend to kind of get away from home a little and check out the Sooners. I like Coach Stoops a lot, I still remember when he visited my old school when I was at Centennial.
"That's kind of when I knew I was a legitimate prospect when Oklahoma got involved. I don't know as much about them as I do some other schools on my list so I'm looking forward to getting out there and seeing what they have to offer, not just football wise but academically as well."
With two visits still to take, Plattenburg said those will both likely be when his season is over.
"I'm going to visit UCLA for sure and then Tennessee might get the last one," Plattenburg said. "UCLA will be after my season and then I'm still trying to figure out the last one but Tennessee is a strong possibility.
"Right now, I don't have a leader but the main schools for me are Oregon, Wisconsin, UCLA and Baylor with Oklahoma and Tennessee right there as well. Academics and best overall comfort level and fit are what I'm looking for. I'm not sure when I'll announce, I was hoping to do it at one of the All-American games but I haven't been invited yet so hopefully there is still time for that to happen."