LAS VEGAS - Kenny Lawler committed to Arizona State last month and the Upland, Calif., wide receiver is sticking with the Sun Devils but he does plan to take all five of his official visits this fall.
Arizona State, UCLA, Washington and Oregon will probably be four of Lawler's destinations with a fifth to be determined. It could be a school on the East Coast.
"I'm going to take my five official visits and we'll see what happens from there," Lawler said Sunday at the Badger Sports Elite 7-on-7.
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UCLA and Washington have been showing lots of interest to Lawler, who finished with 44 receptions for 887 yards and nine touchdowns in his junior season.
He recently attended the Bruins' junior day and would like to get up to Washington to check out the campus.
"I was down there for a junior day and I liked it a lot and the campus was beautiful," Lawler said of UCLA. "I really like the coaches a lot, too. But I think they're going to stick to the Pistol offense which isn't the best offense for me.
"I like Washington but I have to go up there to see it if I like it and if I fit in."
Despite all the other interest, Lawler said he is still happy with his commitment to Arizona State and is looking forward to visiting campus in early April. That could give Lawler a chance to talk more with wide receivers coach Steve Broussard. The two have been in touch for months.
"It's a pretty good school," Lawler said. "I like the coaching staff a lot and I've talked to them a lot. I like the campus, too. I'm going to go up there to visit for their junior day. I really like the spread offense they run.
"I don't really want to be in a pro really and spread offenses are good for receivers. We usually run a spread offense at my school so I'll fit in very well."