Just two weeks ago, Davis Webb characterized a five-day trip to Boulder as "awesome," and maintained that he was focused on joining the Colorado football team this summer.

The former Texas Tech quarterback appears to have had a change in heart recently.

Webb was in Berkeley, Calif., over the weekend on a recruiting visit to Cal. On Sunday, ESPN reported that Webb is now planning to visit Auburn.

Webb is still a CU commit, according to his Twitter profile, and CU coaches expressed confidence over the weekend that Webb would still land in Boulder.

"He told me (Friday) night that he was coming, so we'll see," CU head coach Mike MacIntyre said after Saturday's spring game.

On Friday, co-offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini, who was instrumental in recruiting Webb to CU, told BuffZone.com, "He gave me his word he is coming here. No worries."

While coaches remain confident, Webb's flirtations with other programs suggest he's not as sure and that the Buffs ought to be worried.

The Texas Tech transfer committed to CU back in January, but he is not bound to that commitment. He won't officially join another team until enrolling in school this summer.

Two weeks ago, Webb told BuffZone he continued hearing from other schools, but was telling them all he was coming to CU.

"I love the Buffaloes and I want to be the quarterback for the 2016 season," he said then.


For whatever reason, Webb has decided to start listening to other schools. Other than to confirm his visit to Cal, Webb has not responded to text messages this weekend.

Contact staff writer Brian Howell at howellb@dailycamera.com or twitter.com/BrianHowell33.