Stephon McCray took his official visit to Arizona State two weekends ago for the Sun Devils' matchup against Arizona and the three-star commit had a great time.
Since then, Arizona State has fired coach Dennis Erickson and that could be something for the Fresno (Calif.) Bullard offensive guard to consider but McCray said everything is still in place for him to be at ASU next season.
"I wouldn't say anything really changed for me after the visit," McCray said. "I had been up there two other times. Most everything I already had an opportunity to do.
"I did some of them again and talked to some players about things that were going on in my season and theirs. It was a good trip, I liked it, got to check up on my grades and they're fine. I'm pretty much on my way to be there."
McCray, a 6-foot-3, 300-pound prospect, was asked before the decision to not retain Erickson whether that would play a big influence in his future choices and whether Arizona State would still be in play if there was a new coach.
The Fresno prospect said he might have to look at things again - and he's planning to take visits - but he could very well stick with the Sun Devils.
"If there is a change I may have to reconsider things slightly," McCray said. "I may have to rethink things but so far ASU is the place I want to be."
The three-star prospect is planning to visit Iowa State and Fresno State but McCray doesn't have dates set for either trip yet. Colorado and Washington State have also offered.
Rivals.com rates McCray as the No. 45 offensive guard in the 2012 class and the No. 95 prospect in the California state rankings.