Rahshead Johnson attended the USC camp last week, did well and could land an offer as his recruitment continues.
But the Long Beach (Calif.) Cabrillo four-star standout said he remains happily committed to Washington and even if the Trojans offered he might not be able to be swayed.
"I did well at SC," Johnson said. "They're going to discuss an offer. They still haven't offered so I'm just waiting on them to decide.
"I felt like I did well. I could have done better since there is always space for improvement. An offer from SC would be good but if I don't get it I'll be fine because I'm really committed to Washington."
Johnson, who was taking an unofficial visit to Washington this past weekend, has been committed to the Huskies since the summer before his junior season.
As more teams got involved and especially since he was committed so early, many believed Johnson would at least look at other options or possibly reopen his recruitment but that has not happened.
It does not sound like it's close to happening, either, especially after this last visit to Seattle. Johnson saw the new stadium, he spent time with the players and the Long Beach Cabrillo standout seems perfectly happy with his Washington pledge.
"I'm solid," Johnson said.
"The campus is great. I love the atmosphere. They got a new stadium. They got all this new stuff. It's a new locker room so that's good, too."
Rivals.com rates Johnson as the No. 21 wide receiver and the No. 140 prospect in the 2014 class. He's been committed to the Huskies since June 2012.