Chris Seisay could not make the Washington State junior day on Saturday but it's not a reflection of his interest because the American Canyon, Calif., athlete said he's seriously considering the Cougars.
"I'm disappointed but I had a lot of family business to deal with," Seisay said.
"Other than that, I would've gone. They're interested in me a lot. Any school that's interested in me a lot I'm interested in them because I think they'll show me a lot of love when I'm there. I like Washington State a lot right now."
Washington State and Utah State have offered Seisay, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound prospect who finished with 26 catches for 756 yards and nine touchdowns in his junior season.
Boise State is also showing lots of interest and Seisay said if the Broncos offer - which might happen soon - the American Canyon standout said he'd seriously consider committing at some point.
"I've been talking to Boise State a lot," Seisay said.
"They said they're on the way to offering. When I went there this past summer I liked it a lot. I liked the facilities and I really liked the coaches. I had a good relationship with them. If they were to offer me I don't know if I'd take it or not but I most likely would later on."
Seisay, who also finished with 73 tackles and four interceptions at defensive back last season, said Oregon State has increased its interest recently. He's not sure the Beavers are going to offer anytime soon but he'd definitely consider them if they did.
"They're just saying they'd like to see me in their program and I could do a lot in their offense," Seisay said. "They think I'd fit in well in their offense and I'm excited to hear more about them."