Chad Jeffries is disappointed that coach Brady Hoke is leaving San Diego State for Michigan but the three-star pro-style quarterback from Glendora, Calif., is not prepared to de-commit from the Aztecs at this point.
Jeffries, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound prospect, said he'll look to see what San Diego State does with hiring its new coach and then make decisions based off that.
"If I said I wasn't disappointed I'd be lying," Jeffries said. "I was very impressed with coach Hoke and his staff and it's bad to see him leave.
"Right now I'm just kind of waiting to see what happens. I want to see what coach is there first before I make any big decisions."
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported Tuesday night that defensive coordinator Rocky Long is expected to be named coach. According to the newspaper, offensive coordinator Al Borges is expected to leave with Hoke for Michigan.
One of the best quarterbacks at the Elite 11 regional and at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp this past off-season, Jeffries' recruitment was just picking up when he committed to San Diego State in late June.
Oregon State, Utah and UTEP had also been on the offer list for Jeffries, who said Tuesday that mainly Washington and Fresno State were recently showing the most interest in him.
Rivals.com rates him as the No. 10 pro-style quarterback nationally and No. 33 in the California state rankings. For now, he's going to see what San Diego State does with its coaching staff and then Jeffries will have some decisions to make.
"I want to wait to see which coaches are picked and then go from there," Jeffries said. "If the coach is good and I like him then I'll probably just stay with San Diego State."