George Wilson remains happily committed to Utah but after Washington State offered last week there's no question the Cougars have definitely piqued his interest.
Washington State had been recruiting the three-star wide receiver for a long time and the Pac-12 school finally came through with an offer.
Wilson, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound three-star prospect, has been committed to Utah since mid-July.
"They have been recruiting me and basically they just decided to pull the trigger," Wilson said of Washington State.
"I didn't know they were going to offer but then they sent me an official offer in the mail. That one is pretty big. Before I committed, Utah, Washington State and Hawaii were some of the schools I was interested in and that offer is one of my dream offers."
Wilson, who looked really good at the UCLA Elite Camp and the Huntington Beach 7on7 this summer, does plan to take official visits this season.
Some are being worked out and others could happen later, according to Wilson, who said his commitment to the Utes remains strong but he wants to keep an open mind when taking trips to find the best fit in the long run.
"The visits I want to take are San Jose State and Utah and now Washington State," Wilson said. "I don't have any dates set yet.
"(My commitment) is pretty strong but I'm still open to see what other schools have to offer. I want to be a Ute but with Washington State offering it gives me a lot to think about."