Dashon Hunt has been committed to UCLA since August but the Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake cornerback continues to keep his recruitment interesting.
Arizona State recently offered the four-star prospect and Hunt said he does plan to keep things open and take official visits before making a final decision.
"I'm still staying open," Hunt said.
"I'm looking around at all these other schools and looking at the qualities of all these other schools. Any school that shows interest in me, I'm giving them respect to research their school and learn more about them. I'm just keeping all options open."
Hunt, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound recruit who's rated sixth at cornerback and No. 58 in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, said Nebraska, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State continue to be the most involved in his recruitment other than the Bruins.
All those schools have offered and Hunt said others - like Oregon and Arizona - are showing lots of interest. As his recruitment continues, there is clearly a chance Hunt could land more offers.
"There are a few others like Oregon, I communicate with Oregon a lot, I've talked to them a couple times and it's looking good with them," Hunt said.
"They told me to be patient and we'll see what happens and it's the same thing with Arizona."
Because Hunt wants to consider all options, the Westlake standout does plan to take trips. Nothing has been scheduled yet but it shouldn't be a surprise if the UCLA commit hits the road leading up to National Signing Day.
"That's most likely going to happen," Hunt said. "I'm most likely going to take all five of my official visits but I don't know when I'm going to take them all."
Hunt finished with 63 tackles and six interceptions along with 1,274 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns in his junior season.