Devin Ross had considered other trips but after his official visit to Colorado this weekend the Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany wide receiver isn't going anywhere.
The 5-foot-9, 170-pound three-star prospect said he had a fantastic trip and that his commitment is more solid than ever.
No other visits will be planned and he's content on sticking with the Buffaloes, the team he's been committed to since August.
"I was very impressed," Ross said.
"I loved everything there. The whole atmosphere was great. I like the new coaches a lot and I like being with the players. Just everything was great and I liked everything about it.
"I'm going there for sure. I'm not going to visit anywhere else."
Utah had been a leading contender for Ross, rated as the No. 70 wide receiver in the 2013 class and many others including Boston College, Hawaii, Iowa State, Minnesota, Nevada and San Diego State had offered but Colorado is the place for him.
One of Ross' concerns through his recruitment was that the previous coaching staff was not getting much traction on the field but the three-star is convinced first-year coach Mike MacIntyre and his staff can get the job done.
That's one of the big reasons why Ross has decided to stick with his pledge. His visit this weekend really sold him for sure.
"They came to my school a couple times and going out there it was totally different than I thought it was going to be," Ross said. "I really loved the campus and all the things they have out there."