Taylor McNamara said he remains 100 percent committed to Arizona right now but the four-star tight end from San Diego (Calif.) Westview will probably take some official visits and could switch his pledge if he finds a better fit.
Cal and Notre Dame are likely to get visits and Colorado is also being strongly considered for a trip according to McNamara, a 6-foot-5, 235-pound recruit who committed to the Wildcats in early June.
"The Cal coaches have really been pushing me to take a visit out there," McNamara said. "I think it's unfair not to and it's the same with Notre Dame, I'm thinking about visiting there.
"Even Colorado, if I do those two, then I need to do that one, too. Right now I'm 100 percent committed to Arizona but if something changes off those visits then it was meant to change.
"I guess if there is a change then it was meant to be. If I go to a place and I feel like I'd enjoy my four years there with football and not football more than I would at Arizona then I would change my decision."
McNamara, who looked good this summer at The Opening, said he would probably visit with the Golden Bears in early December when they're supposed to put together a big recruiting weekend.
The four-star could head to Notre Dame for its matchup against USC on Oct. 22. A date for Colorado is still being worked on.
McNamara said Cal has continued to recruit him the hardest and that while other programs have continued to send mail the Golden Bears have been the most diligent even after his commitment to Arizona.
"Those have been the main three," he said of Cal, Notre Dame and Colorado. "I'm still getting mail from everyone but those are the main three where the coaches have stayed on me. I think Cal has been the hardest on me. They're nowhere near giving up."