Damariay Drew is still pretty sure he's going to honor his commitment to Cal but with the recent coaching changes and some other late interest coming in the Livermore, Calif., prospect is really considering all his options.
Drew is mainly interested in two Pac-12 schools - Oregon and Washington - but is open to hearing from others as well.
The 5-foot-11, 195-pound three-star prospect visited Washington this past weekend and has an offer from the Huskies.
Former Cal assistant coaches Tosh Lupoi and Eric Kiesau have left in the last couple days for Washington and Drew said it's something to consider as signing day gets closer.
This weekend, Drew, who emerged late in the recruiting process, is going to visit Oregon. The Livermore prospect said he's not sure what's going to happen in his recruitment until after his trip to meet with the Ducks' coaching staff.
"Washington offered and coach (Lupoi) leaving is a big shock," Drew said. "I'm kind of waiting to see what everyone else is going to do and I am still looking at Oregon.
"I just went up (to Washington) for my visit and it was really nice so I'm not really going to know where I'm going until after I check out Oregon."
Drew, who also has an offer from Nevada, rushed for 1,291 yards and 17 touchdowns on 157 carries in his senior season.
He also recorded a team-high 79 tackles, registered three sacks and had one interception. The three-star averaged almost 28 yards per kick return.
Drew is being recruited as an athlete since he can play on either side of the ball and can also contribute on special teams.