Jordan Villamin has been committed to Oregon State since July but his pledge can be considered soft.
"I'm still open about everything," Villamin said. "I want to see if I get any more offers.
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"It's a verbal commitment. It's not solid."
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound three-star wide receiver from Etiwanda, Calif., is expected to take an official visit to Utah on Sept. 15 for the BYU game.
Utah's coaching staff has continually recruited him and Villamin said he wants to see what that program has to offer even though he's sticking with his Oregon State pledge - for now.
"I'm looking forward to the Utah trip," Villamin said. "I want to see what they can offer there and see if it compares to the Oregon State visit I had.
"They've been recruiting me pretty hard. I called the coaches a bunch of times and he's talked with me so we stay in touch."
An official visit to Oregon State is also being planned but Villamin is not sure of the date. He's supposed to talk with wide receivers coach Brent Brennan on Wednesday to possibly set something up.
"I'm still going to take an official to Oregon State," Villamin said. "I want to see what the game-day experience is like. I want to see the atmosphere."
No other trips are being considered at this time but Villamin said if other schools get involved in his recruitment he'd be open to the idea.