While LSU anxiously awaits a decision from graduate transfer Joe Burrow, the former Ohio State quarterback apparently plans to make one final recruiting visit before making his decision on where to play in 2018.

A former four-star recruit and the No. 8 dual-threat QB prospect in the nation for the 2015 recruiting cycle, Burrow announced last week that we was leaving Ohio State following the program’s spring quarterback competition. In his three seasons in Columbus, he redshirted in 2015, Burrow has thrown for 287 yards and two touchdowns.

Because he is a graduate transfer, Burrow can play immediately in 2018 and has two years of eligibility to play college football.

Soon after making the decision to transfer, Burrow visited Cincinnati before making a weekend trip to Baton Rouge. LSU is currently having its own QB derby, with sophomore Myles Brennen, redshirt junior McMillan and redshirt freshman Lowell Narcisse all battling out for the right to start in the 2018 opener against Miami in Arlington. Ed Orgeron has not named a leader among the three but based on the Tigers’ heavy pursuit of Burrow, it’s safe to assume none of the QBs have stood out at this point.

According to Sean Callahan of Husker Online, Burrow will likely make one final visit to North Carolina before making his transfer decision.

Callahan later clarified that the trip to UNC may not happen. If it doesn’t, there’s a good chance LSU has added another QB to the team’s roster.