Brayden Kearsley committed to BYU last summer but more major programs continue to pursue the Aloha, Ore., offensive tackle and the 6-foot-5, 270-pound prospect said he's going to consider every school as the off-season continues.
"I committed to BYU last summer but I committed as a sophomore so I'm still weighing out my options and seeing what's going to happen," Kearsley said.
"I want to see what other offers I can bring in and weigh out my options come signing day. That's how I'm looking at it because I committed so young I feel I can still look around.
"I still talk to the (BYU) coaches and everything and I was just down there about two months ago taking an unofficial so I'm committed to them but I'm still looking around at schools."
Things have gotten much more interesting recently as Kearsley added an offer from UCLA and then on Wednesday both Washinton and Arizona State offered.
Both offers were surprises for Kearsley, who said he really wasn't talking to either program but is definitely interested in learning more.
"I didn't receive anything from Washington until Tosh (Lupoi) and I started talking two or three days ago," Kearsley said. "He asked for my film and I sent it to him and they watched it as a staff and he messaged me on Facebook and they said I should be hearing some good news from coach (Steve Sarkisian) and I heard that I was offered by Washington."
It was pretty much the same story with the Sun Devils.
"I just got off the phone with one of the recruiting coordinators and that was my first time ever talking to them or hearing from them," Kearsley said. "They said they saw my film on YouTube and talked to one of my coaches and had me contact them so they've been watching me but haven't shown any interest until now when they offered."
More offers could definitely be on the way which, in turn, could make Kearsley's final decision much more difficult.
He said Colorado and Cal could be close to offering and he's hearing from Nebraska, Missouri, USC, Notre Dame, Michigan and others.