College of San Mateo defensive lineman Ratu Mafileo made a commitment to Texas A&M in May.
But the 6-foot-4, 285-pound standout originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, is still weighing his options and this week will make two more official visits. Mafielo, who has visited Texas A&M and Oregon, will make a visit to Louisville on Thursday and then trip to Georgia.
"I am exploring all of my options," Mafielo said. "I talked to the A&M coaches and told them I would be taking an official visit to Louisville and then right after that I will go to Georgia.
"I want to make sure that I am making the right decision for me."
Mafielo said he has a couple of classes to finish up at San Mateo, but if he makes the grades he would then be eligible to arrive on a campus in the next couple of weeks for the start of fall camp.
He would then have three years of eligibility.
"I know all of these programs are top-notch as far as football is concerned," he said. "It's not like I am visiting any junk schools. I want the football part to be great, but I am also looking at the academic part."
Louisville assistant Chris Klenakis has been recruiting Mafielo "for a while" now and he said he knows current U of L player Kiola Mahoni, who played also at the College of San Mateo.
"I know Louisville beat Texas A&M in the bowl game last year and have a lot of guys back," Mafielo said. "And I know they had Sheldon Rankins last year and he tore it up. They have a greta defense."
Mafielo played high school ball at Moanalua High. He signed with San Mateo in the fall of 2014 for academic reasons but was a redshirt that fall before playing last season.