Commitments are just promises, especially in late July.
Some promises are stronger than others, and as of late Friday evening one California signal caller was still calling his pledge to San Diego State a soft one.
According to Tyler Bray, who was a the Shuman Ultimate 100 combine in Norman Oklahoma, he is still committed to San Diego State, but plans on taking all five official visits.
“My commitment to them is a soft one,” Bray said. “I want to take my time and make sure I’m making the right decision.”
One school that may have thrown a wrench into the situation is the University of Tennessee.
After the Volunteers lost out to USC on Jesse Scroggins this week Lane Kiffin and company made an official offer to the Southern California prospect.
“The Tennessee offer came out of no where,” Bray told InsideTennessee.com late Friday night. “It’s a great honor to get an offer from Tennessee. Lane Kiffin is a great offensive coach and they have a great staff there.”
The Tennessee offer has definitely given the talented signal caller something to think about.
“I want to take an official visit there in the fall,” Bray said. “I want to see what the game day atmosphere is like at a SEC ballgame. Getting the chance to play at a great program in the SEC is definitely a big honor.”
With his newest offer in hand, Bray wants to keep his options open to see what else might be around the corner.
“I want to keep all my options open at this point,” Bray said. “It’s still very early. I wasn’t expecting the offer from Tennessee. It will be interesting to see how everything else plays out.”