Brayden Kearsley still considers himself happily committed to BYU but the Aloha, Ore., offensive tackle will take all five official visits and he knows of the destinations.
"I have five schools that I'm looking at right now," Kearsley said. "They are Kansas, Oregon State, UCLA, Arizona State and BYU.
"I'm still definitely committed. It felt right at the time when I committed but I still want to go through the process and everything. I plan on taking officials to all of those five schools."
The 6-foot-5, 295-pound three-star prospect has been pledged to BYU for a long time but other programs continue to recruit him and he wants to take official visits to see what might be offered.
Those trips will not happen until after the season though because Kearsley said he owes it to his teammates to focus and not be distracted.
Rivals.com rates Kearsley as the No. 35 offensive tackle in the 2013 class and the third-best prospect in the Oregon state rankings.
Since his visits won't happen for a few more months, Kearsley has not set any dates for his five trips yet.
"I'm going to take my officials after the season," Kearsley said. "I owe it to my team to just focus on the season right now.
"It can be a distraction but I don't want it to be a distraction or take any chances so I'm just going to wait until the end of the season and have fun with it. I'm going to have more time with the coaches and the players and see the off-season life.
"That's something I want to see in a college. I know what it will be like during the season but I want to see what it's like in the off-season, what there is to do and what the people are like so that's something I definitely want to do."