Colorado's abysmal start is concerning to commit Devin Ross and even though the Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany wide receiver is not actively looking at other schools he said he would be open to the idea.
"It is kind of disappointing to see how bad they're playing right now," Ross said. "I have to have my options open because they're not looking good right now.
"I didn't think it would be this bad."
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Colorado lost at Fresno State, 69-14, this past weekend after dropping games to Sacramento State and Colorado State to start the season.
Those defeats have prompted some Colorado commits to at least be concerned about the direction of the program and that list includes Ross, who committed to the Buffaloes in early August.
"My options are still open to other schools," Ross said. "If I get an offer from another school I like more then anything could happen. I'm not Colorado for sure.
"I've still been talking to Utah but I haven't talked to any coaches from other schools really."
In total, Ross has offers from Colorado, Boston College, Hawaii, Iowa State, Minnesota, Nevada, San Diego State and Utah.
There is one other Pac-12 school that Ross, a 5-foot-9, 170-pound three-star prospect who could also play cornerback, is keeping a close eye on and it's right there in his backyard.
"There are a few other schools in the Pac-12 that interest me," Ross said.
"I really like UCLA because they're close to home and it's right by my house. It would be really cool if I could go there. My head coach said he'll talk to them for me."