"I liked it a lot," said Sperbeck. "I got to tour the campus, and all the facilities, and saw a ton of the school and I liked it a lot."
Sperbeck was hosted by Max Morgan, and will take two more trips the next two weekends.
Sperbeck's offer from Colorado State is as an athlete, with receiver being the position they keyed on.
His versatility is what has drawn him to many schools, even if there is no consensus on what he'll play.
"Army offered me as a quarterback, San Jose State as a receiver and Colorado State I think prefers receiver," said Sperbeck. "Boise State seems to like me as a safety."
Sperbeck's father is the head coach at Sacramento State, an FCS program, but the Hornets haven't spent much time recruiting him.
"I'm looking to get out of the area, so my dad and the coaches didn't really recruit me," said Sperbeck.
Sperbeck said he could have a decision ready to be made at the conclusion of the month.
"When I know a school, I'll decide, but I won't make my decision until after my visits," said Sperbeck.
Academically, Sperbeck has a 3.4 and scored a 1600 on the SAT.