Chandler Hawkins has been committed to Air Force since August but at least three other programs are recruiting him and the three-star said he's going to listen.
"It's about getting my film out," Hawkins said. "I'm still waiting to hear on Nevada, Purdue and Vanderbilt. Depending on what happens with them I'm going to see if I can get trips out there with them if they do offer.
"I'm planning a trip to Navy as well and I think Air Force will be my last trip."
Just because the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco three-star defensive back is listening to other programs does not mean Air Force is out. Far from it.
That was the first program to get involved but Hawkins doesn't want to eliminate any programs with more than a month left until National Signing Day. A lot could happen in January and Hawkins wants to see other teams before making a final decision.
"I'm still open because people are still recruiting me," Hawkins said. "I'm still open but I am still committed to Air Force. I'm going to listen to other schools and hear what they have to say."
Hawkins' senior season ended in memorable fashion. He and his Bosco team defeated powerhouse Concord (Calif.) De La Salle in a hard-fought contest, one of the games Hawkins should remember for a long time.
"It means a lot," Hawkins said.
"It means a whole lot to us. We overcame adversity. Nobody actually thought we could beat them and pull this off but we believed in ourselves. We practiced as hard as we could and we kept pushing and pushing and going through it. We're really cherishing this moment."