Koa Farmer remains committed to Cal and he doesn't see that changing but the Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame athlete will take official visits.
"I'm still committed to Cal," Farmer said. "My parents want me to go through the recruiting process. It's not bad at all, not a lot of people get to do it so I'm going to go through it.
"I'll probably take a couple official visits but I'm still going to be committed to Cal. I haven't planned any trips yet but I'm going to take some visits."
The 6-foot-2, 207-pound prospect said he hasn't scheduled any trips yet but that he's eyeing Washington, Vanderbilt, Colorado, Utah and possibly some Ivy League programs for official visits.
Those are being strongly considered and Farmer said Arizona State is showing more interest but the Sun Devils have not offered yet.
"They said they want to get to know me better before they offer me," Farmer said.
The Sherman Oaks Notre Dame standout is looking at official visits, although the sense is he'll remain committed to the Golden Bears throughout the recruiting process, but he's more focused on his senior season.
Farmer is changing roles this season and is supposed to play quarterback, a big step for the four-star prospect who mainly played wide receiver and defensive back as a junior.
"I'm going to be doing some option stuff, some Wildcat stuff but I am going to be throwing the ball, too," Farmer said.
Rivals.com rates Farmer as the No. 17 athlete in the 2014 class and the No. 30 prospect in the California state rankings.