Ray Hudson remains committed to Cal but the Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill three-star tight end will have two other Pac-12 in-home visits this week.
Coaches from Colorado and Oregon State are scheduled to stop by Hudson's home and the 6-foot-4, 235-pound prospect said he'll definitely listen to what the coaches have to say.
Cal has still not hired a head coach after recently firing Jeff Tedford and Colorado is in a similar situation after Jon Embree was let go.
Hudson has talked with Colorado assistant coach Mike Tuiasosopo and Oregon State's Jay Locey and both coaches will make their pitch this week.
"Colorado just called up the other day and told me they're coming down and Oregon State has been in contact for a little bit just asking how things are going with Cal and we've been talking a little bit," Hudson said. "They're going to make the trip down and talk to me at the house.
"I'm committed to Cal but I'm going to have an open mind going into it and hear what they have to say. I just want to see, talk to my family and Cal is still without a coach so I'm going to have an open mind but I'm still committed to Cal."
Hudson has been committed to Cal since June and even after Tedford was fired he said he was sticking with the Golden Bears but the new Pac-12 interest warrants at least some consideration.
No other major programs are showing interest at this point but Hudson just put out his senior season highlight tape so he's optimistic more teams could get involved.
"I just put out my highlight tape the other day so we'll see how that works," Hudson said.