Fields sticking despite Pac-12 offers

Shay Fields has been committed to Boise State since late June but some interesting things just happened in his recruitment that could change it up.
The Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco three-star wide receiver has landed new offers from Colorado and Utah so now with the Pac-12 more involved, Fields does have some thinking to do.
"Colorado and Utah both called me and offered," Fields said. "Utah saw some film on me and was talking to (Bosco assistant) coach (Don) Price. Colorado's recruiting coordinator actually came out to see one of our games and he also saw a little bit of film.
"I'm still committed right now. I'm still with Boise right now but I'm still thinking."
Fields, who shined this summer at multiple events and plays for one of the top teams nationally, said his only official visit planned at this point is to Boise State for its upcoming game against Nevada.
That could change after some discussions but Fields is focused on his Boise State trip and that's it at this point.
"Right now I'm taking my Boise visit for the season and I'll probably talk to my dad and see if I'm going to be taking any other visits," Fields said.
More interest is also coming in for Fields, rated as the No. 92 wide receiver in the 2014 class. Washington is showing interest but has not offered yet.
So far, Fields has offers from Boise State, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State and Utah.