Nick Wilson has been committed to Arizona since March and has shown no signs of wavering but other programs have not backed off the four-star running back from Fresno (Calif.) Central East.
The 6-foot, 191-pound prospect has just received offers from San Diego State and Nevada and he thinks Colorado could be close to offering as well.
Plus, UCLA has not slowed down one bit in recruiting Wilson since before his commitment. The Bruins are still coming hard after Wilson as the off-season continues.
"I'm still willing to listen," Wilson said. "I'm not open but I'm still willing to listen even though I'm still solid on Arizona.
"(UCLA is) still coming after me. I talked to their running backs coach not too long ago. He and I just talked for a little bit. He's a really cool dude. Coach (Steve) Broussard is a really cool guy."
To its credit, Arizona is not letting other teams get involved without putting up a fight.
Wilson, rated as the No. 25 running back and the No. 222 prospect in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, has been in regular communication with assistant coach Calvin Magee and another trip to Tucson could happen in the coming months.
Arizona wants the Fresno Central East standout to visit to show him its new facilities and Wilson is looking to schedule a trip sometime this summer.
"Coach Magee was telling me about the new facilities," Wilson said. "I'm hoping to make a trip out there in July when they open the new facility.
"I'm really excited to see it. I've kind of been waiting for it so I've been anxious."
Other than Arizona, Wilson said he doesn't know of any other unofficial visits leading up to his senior season. He said if one of his teammates visits a school he could tag along but that nothing has been set up yet.