Brayden Kearsley is still committed to BYU and sticking strong to his pledge but the Aloha, Ore., offensive tackle is hearing from new schools and might pick up more offers soon.
The 6-foot-5, 295-pound three-star prospect said Nebraska is sending a lot of recruiting mail and Auburn, USC and Arkansas are also getting involved. It has continued to stay busy for Kearsley even months after he made his pledge.
"Everything has been pretty cool," Kearsley said. "A few colleges have contacted me but no new offers yet.
"I feel like I'm close to a few offers right now. I'm going to wait it out a little bit and see what options come and hopefully I get a few more offers."
This week Kearsley is taking an unofficial visit to Hawaii and then upon his return to the mainland he is heading to BYU for its spring game.
As Kearsley has said before he's sticking to his pledge and wants to play for the Cougars but there is no reason not to consider other options, see what offers he lands and then make a final decision later on.
"I'm still committed," Kearsley said. "I'm just looking around. I want to go there but I want to see if it's the right fit for me all around so I'm just looking at all my options and taking my time."
In total, Kearsley has landed offers from BYU, Arizona State, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and Washington. He has been committed to BYU since September.
Colorado, Cal, Missouri, Michigan and Notre Dame have also recently shown more interest in Kearsley in recent weeks.