Oregon coach Mario Cristobal is not expected to host any official visitors this weekend for the football program's 2019 home opener against Nevada on Saturday. But more than a few important prospects are expected to make their way to Eugene for unofficial visits.

A handful of in-state prospects from the 2020, 2021 and 2022 recruiting classes will be in Eugene, but the headliner of the unofficial group is going to be 2020 five-star inside linebacker Noah Sewell (Orem, Utah). Noah is the younger brother of Oregon sophomore offensive tackle Penei Sewell and Nevada linebacker Gabriel Sewell.

Noah Sewell has made numerous unofficial visits to Oregon before, and this summer included Oregon among a list of only eight schools he will consider moving forward. Also joining the list are Alabama, Texas A&M, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, LSU and Ohio State.

Also on campus this weekend for an unofficial visit will be three-star tight end Seth Figgins from Sheldon High School. Figgins' family moved from Southern California this summer to Eugene and he enrolled at Sheldon for his final year of high school. Figgins committed to Oregon during the 2018 football season. Figgins is ranked as the state of Oregon's second-best prospect in the class of 2020.

Matt Prehm is senior writer for Duck Territory.com