Koa Farmer is still committed to Cal but the Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame athlete is thinking about other official visits including one to a surprise location.
The 6-foot-2, 207-pound recruit has been committed to the Golden Bears since last October but he said Washington, Vanderbilt, Colorado and Utah are all trying to get him to take a trip.
Farmer, a four-star prospect by Rivals.com, said he is seriously considering a trip to an Ivy League school, probably Yale, as well.
"It's calmed down," Farmer said. "The same schools still talk to me and they want me to take officials which I'm thinking about doing to the schools I'm interested in so it should be fun.
"I haven't set any dates yet but it's most likely going to be after the season."
Even though the Sherman Oaks Notre Dame athlete is planning some other visits, his commitment to Cal remains firm.
Farmer was at Cal's season opener against Northwestern and was definitely impressed by the performance and the atmosphere.
"I'm still committed to them," Farmer said.
"I went to their game last weekend (against Northwestern) so I'm still committed to them. They looked really good to me. They looked really good. I was happy for them. I wanted to play. I was fired up to play the next day. I like how they play. I love it."
As for Farmer, he's been a busy man already this fall. He plays some Wildcat quarterback, some receiver and some safety. He's all over the field and he loves contributing that much.
"It's fun," Farmer said. "I'll do whatever I have to do to get my team the win. It's fun playing a lot of positions. I just do it for my team.
"I need to hydrate really well. I really have to prepare myself because I do play a lot which is not a bad thing. It's for my team."