There has been some confusion in the last few days whether Milo Jordan remained committed to Arizona State but he said late Monday night that he has decided to reopen his recruitment even though the Sun Devils are still the favorite.
Jordan, a 6-foot-2, 275-pound defensive tackle from Corona (Calif.) Centennial, said he made the decision especially because he just took a visit to UCLA and wants to see what Washington and Colorado have to offer as well.
Still, Arizona State remains the favorite in his recruitment.
"It's difficult but I'm still leaning toward ASU," said Jordan, who originally committed to the Sun Devils in early June. "I like it there better in general."
His recruitment started opening back up in the last few weeks after UCLA offered and the three-star prospect has made it clear that he's interested in the Bruins. Staying close to him has become an attractive option for the Corona Centennial recruit.
A trip down to the Rose Bowl for UCLA's big win against Arizona State last weekend pushed Jordan even further and now he's open to looking around even more.
"It's still the same with UCLA and it was a good trip down there," Jordan said. "I'm still thinking about things."
No dates have been set for trips to Colorado or Washington but Jordan said he definitely wants to see both campuses before National Signing Day. The four teams mentioned are the ones that have offered.
Any visits might have to wait until after the season. Corona Centennial wraps up the regular season this weekend against Riverside King and then the playoffs start so Jordan could be focused on that before picking a college.