Zaire Andre is waiting for signing day to wrap up because the Inglewood, Calif., wide receiver could be close to a big offer.
UCLA has shown a lot of interest in the 5-foot-11, 160-pound prospect and Andre said getting an offer from the Bruins would be a major deal.
"UCLA is talking about offering after signing day," Andre said.
"That would be a big deal. That's the kind of school I grew up with. That was my favorite school when I was younger. I'm looking forward to that one a lot."
Andre, who looked good at the Army National Combine in San Antonio last month, already has an offer from Houston and said UCLA and Washington stand out the most early in his recruitment.
The Bruins, the Huskies, Washington State, Arizona State and Andre said basically the entire Pac-12 is showing interest.
It's still far too early for the Inglewood standout to make any decisions but he said UCLA and Washington could be difficult to beat. Andre could see his recruitment pick up a lot after signing day.
"UCLA and Washington are really pretty much the two that stick out most," Andre said.
"I like Washington and I'm pretty comfortable with them. I like their program a lot and their offense."
Rivals.com named Andre to the honorable mention list for the Army Combine: All-Offense team.