Devin Ross is still committed to Colorado but one other Pac-12 school in particular definitely has his interest.
The Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany three-star wide receiver is taking a serious look at Utah, will visit there soon and it sounds like Ross could end up playing for the Utes.
"Mainly it's Utah," Ross said. "I really like Utah now. I think that's the school I'm going to end up at most likely and it's a school I'm going to visit, too, for sure.
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"I talked to the receiver that goes there, Kenneth Scott, and he told me how great it is there. It seems like a good school for me and they're rebuilding and they've been really good."
Ross, a 5-foot-9, 170-pound prospect, has been committed to Colorado since early August. But the Buffaloes have struggled mightily this season and other programs continue to pursue the Alemany standout.
The season just ended for Ross on Friday as Alemany lost to Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei in the state playoffs so the next step is to focus on visits and wrap up the decision-making process.
Getting out to some other schools could be crucial as he looks at what's best for his future.
"I just feel like I'm going to take my visits soon and hopefully I'll make a final choice to decide where I'm going to go," Ross said.
Utas has to be considered a favorite for Ross, rated as the No. 74 prospect in the California state rankings, but he wants to take other trips, too.
Visits to Oregon State and Arizona State are also expected but he doesn't think he'll start seeing other schools until after the season.