Darius Allensworth committed to Arizona in mid-April but since then UCLA and Colorado have offered the Romoland (Calif.) Heritage cornerback.
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound prospect said he plans to stick with the Wildcats but he's considering other visits and wants to keep all his options open as his recruitment continues.
UCLA, Colorado and some other programs are definitely appealing but Allensworth said he's confident in his Arizona pledge.
"I'm staying with Arizona right now and I like what they have to offer but I am excited about the UCLA and Colorado offers," Allensworth said. "It's kind of exciting that more schools are sending me offers.
"My family and I are going to sit down and decide which ones I should visit, which ones I shouldn't go to, but right now I like Arizona and until someone proves it different then that's the school I'm going to."
So far, Allensworth has visited UCLA, USC and Stanford. He said the Trojans, Cardinal, Washington and Utah are showing lots of interest in him.
No other trips are planned but Allensworth does not want to limit himself if things get much busier in his recruitment.
"I really don't have anything planned," Allensworth said. "I'm going to take it easy and see which other offers come by spring football and then we'll see what else happens."
The Romoland Heritage said Arizona's coaches have told him he can play on either side of the ball - Allensworth is also a standout receiver - but he'll probably end up at cornerback if he sticks with the Wildcats.
"Arizona is recruiting me wherever I want to play but I'll probably end up playing corner if my decision was to go there," Allensworth said. "UCLA is recruiting me to play receiver so it's kind of a toss up with all of them."