Gerard Wicks remains committed to Washington State, a pledge he made in late June, but the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly running back is certainly looking at other options and could take other visits.
"I'm still committed to Washington State but I'm still keeping my options open," Wicks said.
"I haven't really been talking to them on the phone but we've been talking a little bit. I most likely will take an official visit up there when they play Colorado."
Boise State, UCLA, Cal and Utah are the other contenders for Wicks, a 5-foot-11, 195-pound three-star running back who finished with 772 yards and 11 touchdowns in his junior season.
Colorado State and Nevada have also offered Wicks, who said Boise State could be the closest to offering out of the programs recruiting him.
The Broncos could be sending a coach down to Long Beach Poly this week to see Wicks in action against Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne.
An offer from Boise State would definitely be important to Wicks as he continues to look at all the programs after him while remaining a commitment to the Cougars.
"The (Boise State coaches) and I were talking all last week and they said they were going to offer possibly soon," Wicks said. "One of the coaches is supposed to come down this Friday.
"It would be huge. I always loved Boise and last year they had a running back go to the pros. I have friends and family up there as well. I have a cousin who plays right now and my friend also goes there, too."