Demorea Stringfellow has been committed to Washington since June but he has made it no secret throughout his recruitment that he's open to other visits.
The Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde four-star wide receiver is not backing off his pledge, though, and he was especially happy to see Washington upset Stanford last weekend.
"Oh yeah, I watched," Stringfellow said. "They looked really good.
"It was great to see them especially getting that win and as anyone can tell they're really getting it together."
Stringfellow, the top-rated wide receiver in California by Rivals.com, said it was "huge" for his recruitment that Washington earned that victory.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound recruit said he remains 100 percent committed and that he's trying to take a visit to Washington for its game against USC on Oct. 13.
Through the last few months, a bunch of programs have been considered for official visits but Stringfellow has not taken any yet.
A new school has now entered the fray as the four-star said he wants to visit Nebraska but no date has been set yet.
"I have to talk with my coach to see when it would work out," Stringfellow said.
Other schools that have been mentioned by Stringfellow for trips include Ohio State, Ole Miss, Notre Dame and Arizona State.
He has taken at least one unofficial visit to UCLA and his Rancho Verde teammate, Poasi Moala, was committed to Washington but recently flipped his pledge to the Bruins.
Rivals.com rates Stringfellow as the fifth-best wide receiver and No. 52 prospect in the 2013 class.