Greg Hoyd has his priorities and topping the list is his senior season at Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta.
That is the main concern for the Washington State commit but Hoyd said he's also considering some official visits, one being to Duke, and others being possibilities as well.
"I haven't planned anything because the season is pretty much picking up," Hoyd said.
"I'm focused on the team right now because that's how our coach is. He's trying to get us to be in the team character right now. We have younger players so I need to be more of a leader and be around them."
The three-star linebacker has been committed to Washington State since mid-May but others have reached out and Hoyd is going to stay open to other options.
Kentucky among others have been involved through the summer but has not offered yet. One ACC trips is definitely being planned by Hoyd and others could happen as well.
"I'm going to take a couple visits," Hoyd said.
"I'm going to visit Washington State and maybe some other schools. I'm going to check them out, see what's out there. I'm definitely going to Pullman after the season. That's when they want me to come up because all eyes will be on me.
"I was thinking about taking an official visit to Duke just to go out there and check it out. I want to see the East Coast, check it out and see how it is."
Hoyd, rated as the No. 68 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com, has offers from Washington State, Duke, Fresno State, New Mexico State, NC State, Toledo and Utah.