Fred Warner committed to BYU in early April. Since that time his recruitment has taken off in a big way with numerous Pac-12 offers coming in lately.
And it has to have the three-star recruit thinking.
Arizona and Utah are the latest offers for the San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills linebacker and he said as his recruitment continues he's going to have to figure out what is best for him.
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"Utah offered me on Thursday night and Arizona called me up (Friday) and let me know about the offer," Warner said.
"Arizona has liked me for a while so that wasn't a huge surprise. I hadn't talked much with Utah. I actually didn't talk to them at all before they offered, so that one was really surprising."
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound three-star prospect who has played well with B2G at numerous 7on7 tournaments this spring said he remains committed to BYU but the plan will probably be to research all the schools that are involved in his recruitment and make the best decision for himself later in the recruiting process.
Warner, who looked good at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles, has now landed offers from Arizona, Boise State, Cal, New Mexico State, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
As this off-season continues, Warner said he's going to take his time and look at all options.
"I think it's just going to happen as the summer comes on but nothing is set in stone right now," Warner said.
"I just feel blessed to have all these Pac-12 offers and it makes me feel like I'm a better player. I'm going to appreciate all these offers. I really like BYU but I'm going to make the choice that's best for me."