David Keller reopened his recruitment last month after being committed to Fresno State since January and now the Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial offensive tackle is favoring two Pac-12 programs.
Utah and Washington State have emerged as the top two for Keller, a 6-foot-5, 286-pound three-star recruit and official visits to both of those schools could happen relatively soon.
It's expected he'll visit Washington State first and then Utah but no dates have been confirmed. A trip to Pullman could happen within weeks.
"So far Utah is No. 1 and Washington State is No. 2 so those are my favorites," Keller said. "I like the way Utah plays, they're hard-nosed and we run the same offense at my high school so it would be an easy transition.
"(Washington State) is playing really good so far. I grew up in the country so where that school is located is kind of like where I'd want to be."
Fresno State is still in the running and UNLV has also offered and Keller said he's keeping a close eye on two other Pac-12 programs that have increased interest in the last few months.
Cal and Oregon State are talking to him more and he's definitely interested to hear what those coaching staffs have in mind.
"Cal and Oregon State both said they might offer me," Keller said. "I really like both of those places so they'd be right up there with Utah and Washington State.
"The Oregon State coach said he's going to talk to the o-line coach and go over more film and they're going to see if they're going to offer me."
Rivals.com rates Keller No. 72 at offensive tackle in the 2012 class and No. 76 in the California state rankings.