UDUBNation.com caught up with Bellevue linebacker and UCLA commit Myles Jack late last night and we've got the latest.
Oregon recently offered the 6-foot-2, 215-pound prospect and while Jack wouldn't say that has really shaken things up he did admit that he's open to entertaining interest from other schools.
"I'm always keeping an open mind to everyone just because it's in my nature," Jack told us.
He did add that right now he's still solid with the Bruins, but that isn't stopping the Huskies from continuing to pursue the in-stater.
"I mean, (Washington) let me know that they're still going to recruit me, which I'm fine with. They would still like for me to visit every once in a while and keep them in mind."
It definitely sounds like Jack will keep the Huskies in mind. He said he'll visit soon.
"I know (there will be a visit) for sure sometime within the next two months," he told UDUBNation.com.
Jack, of course, is close with UW commit Sean Constantine and current Husky Kasen Williams.
He's ranked the No. 27 outside linebacker in the nation and the No. 4 overall prospect in the state of Washington according to Rivals.com.
Prior to committing to UCLA on June 21, Jack had received offers from most of the Pac-12 schools plus Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Virginia, among others.