Baker tripped down to UCLA, where he visited unofficially last month, and now he'll hunker down and have two more in-home visits and wind down towards a decision.
Baker was hosted by his close friend and former Bellevue teammate, Myles Jack.
"It was great seeing Myles and we just hung out a whole lot," said Baker. "Michael Carlson (another Bellevue prospect who's a walk-on at UCLA) talked with me too. It was great seeing other players and talking with the coaches."
Baker said he spent time with Jack and other players during the trip, hanging out with them being the highlight of the visit.
Baker had time to sit down with head coach Jim Mora, defensive backs coach Demetrice (Meat) Martin, offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone and quarterbacks coach Taylor Mazzone.
Baker said that Martin will be in this week for an in-home visit, the final visit from UCLA coaches.
Washington coaches will make their final pitch on Thursday.
"Coach (Chris) Petersen and Coach (Jimmie) Lake are coming in on Thursday and that's my last in-home," said Baker.
Baker said he's done with his visits, no longer considering a trip to USC.
"I'm done with the trips, I'm not visiting USC," said Baker. "It's Washington or UCLA for me."
Baker said that he's still torn on a decision since he decommitted from Oregon.
"Right now, I'm still generally torn," said Baker. "It's a matter of getting the last in-home visits both done this week and then thinking the rest of the week. I'm probably announcing on Signing Day. I don't know yet when though."
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