David Keller committed to hometown Fresno State in January but the Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial offensive lineman is keeping his options open and by the looks of it he could pick up more offers as his senior season approaches.
The 6-foot-5, 286-pound prospect can play any position on the offensive line and that's one of the reasons why Utah and Washington State have also offered Keller, who said USC, UCLA, Colorado, Colorado State and Washington have gotten more involved in recent months.
"It's a pretty solid commit but I'm still open for any offers or anything that's pretty much better for me," Keller said.
"I kind of wanted to stay home because I knew some players at Fresno State so staying close to home was a big deal to me."
It's been a busy spring so far for Keller, who has seen a lot of college coaches at his high school and he's been in contact with many schools. He said Washington has been quite involved and USC and Oregon State are showing lots of interest, too. Teams are stopping by all the time.
"There have been a lot of schools passing through seeing how I'm doing and a lot of coaches have been watching spring practice," Keller said.
With so much early interest it was a bit surprising that Keller decided to commit to Fresno State so early but he said staying close to home, being familiar with some players on the team and having a good relationship with Bulldogs' assistant coach Derek Frazier were the key factors.
While Keller remains committed the Fresno standout is still keeping things open and he's willing to look at other programs up until National Signing Day.
"I know USC said they really like me and they're going to watch some film with their o-line coach," Keller said. "Oregon State said the same thing and so more schools are getting involved."