Brayden Kearsley is still committed to BYU but the Aloha, Ore., offensive tackle said three schools in particular are still recruiting him pretty seriously.
The 6-foot-5, 295-pound three-star prospect does not plan on taking any official visits during the season but afterward things are still open.
"I'm not looking at official visits during the season right now," Kearsley said. "I'm just going to focus on my team and my season and see what goes on from there.
"I'm really excited because our team is looking really good. We want to make another run at the state title and our expectations are set high. I think our team is going to do well and I can't wait to get the season started."
Kansas, Arizona State and Oregon State are the three programs seriously pursuing Kearsley, who committed to BYU last September.
"Those are basically the three coming after me out of everybody," Kearsley said.
Throughout his recruitment, Kearsley has kept the idea fresh that he planned to take other visits and consider other programs but so far the three-star has held firm in his pledge.
Trips after Aloha's season might have to fit into a tight window, too.
Kearsley, rated as the No. 51 offensive tackle in the 2013 class and third in the Oregon state rankings by Rivals.com, said he's really considering an early graduation so switching schools late in the recruiting process might be a challenge.
"I'm not exactly sure yet," Kearsley said.
"I'm going to talk about it with my parents. I want to graduate early and I'm planning to graduate in December so I'm not sure about officials. We'll see how everything plays out."