The top-rated wide receiver in California is committed to Washington but Demorea Stringfellow plans to take all his official visits after the season.
Stringfellow, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound four-star prospect, was one of six players to commit to the Huskies on June 29 during his unofficial visit but he said he wants to look around a little bit to see what else is out there.
"I'm looking to play out the season and I'm going to take my officials after the season," Stringfellow said.
"It's a pretty solid commitment but I'm going to take my visits and check out some other places. That's the only place I've been to so I want to see some other things."
Rated as the seventh-best receiver and No. 62 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Stringfellow said he talked with Elijah Qualls about making the pledge during his trip to Washington. They, in turn, talked to the other players on the visit and they all decided to do it together.
"It was pretty cool," Stringfellow said. "Elijah Qualls and I were talking about committing and it actually became a good plan and everybody wanted to do it so we went in there and did it."
But the Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde standout said other programs have continued to pursue him and he's gotten a little intrigued.
Trips to Ohio State, UCLA, Washington and Ole Miss will most likely happen and he could replace his Cal trip by going to Notre Dame. Arizona State is also a possibility but Stringfellow said he's not exactly sure of his trips yet since they're happening after the season.
The four-star said Ohio State, UCLA and Arizona State have been coming after him the hardest.
"I'm going to keep an open mind through the season," Stringfellow said.