There isn't a receiver performing any better out West right now than Jamire Calvin.
In two games, Calvin has 16 catches for 412 yards and six touchdowns plus a punt return for a score and has clearly taken his game to another level. Calvin looks quicker and more explosive, always caught the ball well and is developing in to a big time playmaker and a threat to score every time he touches the ball.
This past weekend, Calvin took his first official visit to check out the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
"The game atmosphere was incredible there," Calvin said. "There are a lot of pluses with Nebraska. I love the fans there, they're very welcoming and the game experience and atmosphere is a lot of fun to be a part of.
"I love the coaches over there as well. They have great people associated with the program and there's such a strong passion and following for Nebraska football there, it makes for a crazy setting."
Calvin watched the offense closely as well to see how he fit in with the scheme.
"They didn't throw the ball much last game but I like the offense and the routes the receivers run," Calvin said. "I like their route combos and what they try to do. It's a pro-style offense and I'm comfortable with what they're doing."
As for future visits, Calvin hasn't set up any dates but has an idea where his next trips will be.
"I'm going to visit Notre Dame, Oregon State and Cal," Calvin said. "I'm not sure if those will be during the season or after, I'm still trying to figure that out. This weekend, I'll probably go to the USC game with some teammates and I'm still talking with UCLA as well.
"I haven't heard as much from Arizona State recently but I'm still talking with all the other schools in my top eight, Alabama, Ole Miss and Washington State. I'm still taking things pretty slow with my recruitment and really focusing on my season and my team at Cathedral."
To check out Calvin's early season highlights, check out the video below:
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