PROVO, Utah - In recent days, Brock Berglund has seen Michael Bercovici commit to Arizona State, Oregon pick up a pledge from Jerrard Randall and Minnesota receive a commitment from Max Shortell.
Berglund, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound dual-threat quarterback from Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian, said Wednesday at the Provo NIKE Camp that he's tired of waiting around and that his commitment could come as early as this weekend.
"With all these other guys committing I don't want to sit around that much longer so it should come sometime this weekend," Berglund said.
"We're going to Kansas on Saturday for a 7-on-7 and after that we'll sit down and make a decision then. I don't want to miss an opportunity with anybody."
UCLA, Colorado, Utah, Duke, Kansas and Nebraska are on the final list for Berglund, who threw for 2,226 yards with 30 touchdowns and four interceptions last season. He also rushed for 890 yards and 14 scores.
The Bruins have dramatically moved up Berglund's list ever since he was offered after camping in Westwood recently but the Colorado prospect said all the schools mentioned earlier still have a chance to land his pledge.
There is definitely intrigue with UCLA, though, especially after being around coach Rick Neuheisel and offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Norm Chow at camp. Berglund said UCLA does stand out but that no decisions have been finalized yet.
"Coach Chow and coach Neuheisel run a great program over there and the way they coach, the atmosphere in Westwood, I like it a lot," Berglund said.
"I'm not making any decisions yet. I'm going to sit down with my family and coaches this weekend and we're going to talk about it but those are the ones we're choosing from."
Rivals.com rates Berglund, a three-star recruit, as the No. 13 dual-threat quarterback in the 2011 class. He participated in drills during Wednesday's workout but decided not to throw during one-on-ones because of some shoulder soreness.