David Keller had been committed to Fresno State since January but the Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial offensive tackle has decided to open things up and look at other programs.
Utah and Washington State are the two teams that especially intrigue Keller, a 6-foot-5, 286-pound three-star recruit who said he still likes Fresno State but wants to investigate all his options before National Signing Day.
"I opened my recruiting up so I could look at other colleges," Keller said. "I'm still looking. I'm open right now.
"I like Fresno State and how Pat Hill does all his stuff but I want to see some other colleges. I didn't really get a chance to see other colleges. That's pretty much it."
Keller, rated No. 73 at offensive tackle in the 2012 class and No. 76 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com, said he is planning to take official visits to Utah and Washington State but dates have not been set up yet.
Because Keller, who also has offers from UNLV and San Jose State, wants to study agriculture in college, those two programs stand out and the Cougars and Utes could be leading contenders for his services.
"I like Utah and also Washington State the most," Keller said. "I want to do agriculture in college and Washington State is pretty much a big agriculture school. With Utah, I watch them on television all the time and I like their football program a lot.
"I know I'm going to take trips to Washington State and Utah. They're both trying to figure out when would be best for me to get up there."