But in the last couple weeks, more schools have offered Osling after a strong senior year where he focused more on defense after primarily being a quarterback early on in his career.
Osling was offered by BYU, Oregon State and UCLA in the past couple of weeks and Oregon offered him on Monday. He said he's uncertain if he'll visit Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA or BYU, especially since he's still committed to Colorado.
"I am still a Colorado commit, 100%," said Osling. "Official visits are something that I will have to discuss with my parents."
Osling said that the departure of Colorado defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt for Oregon has a small impact on his decision with the Buffs but not a big one.
"Coach Leavitt is a great person so him leaving does play a small factor but not a huge role in my decision," said Osling.
But with Leavitt and former Buffs cornerbacks coach Charles Clark at Oregon, the two coaches continue to pursue him.
There could also be some movement with Osling and teammate Moses Robinson-Carr and the potential of the two playing together in college.
Robinson-Carr decommitted from Oregon last month and he's set to visit UCLA and Oregon State in January. Could Osling and Robinson-Carr be a package deal?
"Me and Moses together? Man, that would be awesome. He has a lot of choices out there, though, so I can't wait to see where he lands," said Osling.null