Kameron Schroeder is getting ready for his upcoming visit to Duke and the Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks offensive tackle is working on other official trips as well.
The 6-foot-5, 270-pound three-star prospect has been committed to the Blue Devils since late March but Schroeder is also looking at other visits as his senior season continues.
"He and I are going to fly out for his official visit to Duke," Cosumnes Oaks coach Ryan Gomes said. "We want to meet with the staff and spend time out there with them. That's September 13.
"I think he's also setting up for Oregon State and Arizona State and I'm not sure about the other two."
The three-star prospect from Northern California remains committed to Duke but Gomes said Schroeder is going to go through the recruiting process to see what else is available.
That means the Elk Grove Cosumnes Oaks standout is going to take his trips and reach a final decision after seeing some other programs.
"He's committed to Duke but he's going to do it justice and give the other schools an opportunity to show what they're about as well," Gomes said.
New interest is also coming in for Schroeder, who has offers from Duke, Arizona State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Harvard, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah State and Washington State.
Gomes said at least one major Pac-12 program has reached out recently.
"He's getting a lot more interest from Cal and some of the other Pac-12 schools, too," Gomes said.