Utah commit to look at others

Delshawn McClellon committed to Utah in June but with offensive coordinator Norm Chow leaving for the Hawaii job the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr wide receiver said he would like to consider other options.
The three-star prospect said he's going to stay committed to the Utes but wants to see if another place would be a better fit for him. McClellon also said he was disappointed to hear that Chow was leaving.
"I want to look at some options and I had a really good relationship with coach Chow so we'll see," McClellon said.
"I heard from (the media) basically. I thought it was a rumor at first and then it turned out to be true. I'm disappointed and shocked at the same time."
Arizona, Boise State, Hawaii and Oregon are the four schools the 5-foot-9, 165-pound prospect would like to hear from although any talks he's already had have been preliminary.
Arizona State and Idaho had also offered McClellon, who finished with 65 receptions for 1,045 yards and 10 touchdowns in his senior season.
Hearing more from those four programs mentioned above is something McClellon is looking for over the next couple weeks. Taking some trips before National Signing Day isn't out of the question, either.
"I would like to hear from them," McClellon said.
"I would like to take visits to Boise State, Arizona or Oregon. I'd be open to hearing from Hawaii, too. I've talked to Arizona and Oregon but I'm just waiting to see what happens."
Cerritos Gahr finished 7-3 this season. Its offense averaged 345 passing yards per game led by McClellon, Washington commit Dwayne Washington and 2013 quarterback Eric Richardson.