"I had a great visit to Oregon," Vorhees said. "The coaches were really informative with me, up front and honest with what my role would be there. The facilities obviously stood out but I liked the location and the weather was great too. Eugene is a really nice place and I liked it there a lot.
"I picked up an offer on the visit and that was a great feeling too. I had a feeling it could be coming but didn't want to get ahead of myself. Coach Greatwood is who offered me while we were talking in his office. Coach Helfrich came by as well and we talked for awhile so overall, I had a really good visit there."
Next up for Vorhees was a trip to Corvallis to check out the Beavs.
"I liked the Oregon State visit too," Vorhees said. "We got to watch a practice and even a little bit of the scrimmage. We toured most of the campus and saw the football facilities. They are renovating right now so we got to see the old stuff and the plans for the new facilities will look like.
"Coach Brennan is my primary recruiter at Oregon State and I have a good relationship with him. He's good friends with my uncle and our DC at Kingsburg coached with T.J Woods, the OL coach, when they were at Utah State so I have a real good comfort level with the staff."
"I'm going to Arizona State Friday, USC on Saturday and UCLA on Monday," Vorhees said. "I'm going to try and meet up with Hunter Echols and Kanan Ray at UCLA that Monday for their spring practice. I haven't been to USC before or seen the Coliseum so I'm looking forward to seeing what it's like there.
"I'm not planning to make an early commitment, I still want to do my official visits. I'm still open to everyone right now and keeping my options open. I'm still not sure about where I'll take my official visits but UCLA and Oregon will be in the mix for sure.