Joseph McIntosh has decided to reopen his recruitment a little bit while staying committed to UCLA.
The West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade three-star defensive back has been committed to the Bruins since early August, weeks after doing so well at the UCLA summer camp, but he wants to investigate some other options as signing day gets closer.
"I want to make sure I'm making the right decision and I want the experience to visit these other schools and see where I could see myself if not UCLA," McIntosh said.
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The 6-foot-2, 189-pound safety said he's primarily looking at Washington, Washington State, Minnesota and Boise State as possible destinations.
Washington is of particular importance because McIntosh had narrowed his choices down to UCLA and Boise State before picking the Bruins.
With former Boise coach Chris Petersen now at Washington, the Huskies could be of high interest to McIntosh as he reconsiders things in his recruitment.
Those aren't the only programs the West Hills Chaminade prospect will consider. He said those are some favorites but he's still open to others.
"I'm looking to see if other schools come through," McIntosh said.
First, though, is another important round of playoffs that could send West Hills Chaminade to the state bowl championships. Chaminade upset Gardena Serra last weekend and faces Newhall Hart on Saturday night.