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Four-star Fresno (Calif.) Central receiver Michiah Quick is down to three schools: UCLA, Oklahoma, and Notre Dame...

Michiah Quick is the top rated receiver in the west region and a top 50 player nationally. He has taken official visits to Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and USC and was lined up to take his final visit this weekend to UCLA.

"I think he may cancel that trip," Central coach Tony Perry said. "He told me he's done and has a good idea of what he wants to do. He has already been to UCLA and feels like he knows the school and the coaches already. Plus he's pretty tired of the process right now, he has taken a lot of trips and he's just tired.

"He's down to UCLA, Oklahoma and Notre Dame. Yarber from UCLA will be in tomorrow to see him and they still want him to visit. Brian Kelly from Notre Dame is coming at 10:00 in the morning and they're pushing hard. Oklahoma was here on Monday and they have done a great job as well, he really loves it there. He loves the coaches and his mom is close by so it's going to be interesting."

Perry said the plan is for him and Quick to meet over the weekend and hammer out a decision.

"We're going to get together Sunday or Monday and go over everything," Perry said. "I think he has a good idea right now but there's still a lot of pressure on him. He has different people in his family and friends pushing him to one school over another.

"I think on Monday, he'll know for sure and then I'm going to have him sleep on it for a few days and then announce on Signing Day. If he's comfortable doing it before, that's fine too, whenever he's ready. After these upcoming visits tomorrow, I think he'll have a real good idea of what to do and then we'll go from there."

If the UCLA visit is canceled, you can probably scratch the Bruins off his list, setting up a head to head battle between the Sooners and the Irish. Oklahoma has led for months but there has been some recent buzz that Notre Dame is making up ground fast so things should get interesting for a Signing Day decision.

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