It has been a busy few days for Fred Warner.
The BYU commit from San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills was offered by Cal late last week and then Boise State and Washington offered in the last few days, complicating his recruitment a little bit now that so many schools are getting involved.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound linebacker said he wants to stay committed to BYU but he will take a look at his other options and then figure out what's best for him.
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"I'm still staying committed," Warner said.
"I love BYU and I'm just making sure I'm not burning any bridges. I want to make sure I keep all my options open."
Warner, who was also offered by Washington State about two weeks ago and has a New Mexico State offer, too, said the Cal offer caught him by surprise because he had not been talking much with the coaching staff.
Washington and Boise State had been showing interest through his recruitment but Cal stopped by spring practice, apparently loved his game and offered on the spot. That offer took him aback a little bit.
"They offered at my spring practice," Warner said. "It was a little bit of a surprise.
"They came to our school only one other time and I didn't have any communication with them so the linebackers coach came out, saw me during spring practice and liked how I was moving. He pulled me aside and told me that he wanted to offer me. It was a good surprise."
Warner, who has looked good playing with B2G in numerous 7on7 events this off-season, said Arizona is also showing new interest.