Daquawn Brown still has UCLA high on his list but there are three other Pac-12 programs that are in front as the Los Angeles Dorsey cornerback analyzes at his recruitment.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound three-star prospect is under the impression that the Bruins have a few cornerbacks already committed and that seems to be concerning him as he looks at future depth charts.
According to Rivals.com, no specific cornerback is committed to UCLA at this time although some players could be slotted at that position.
As is stands, Brown has Washington out front with Washington State, Arizona State and then UCLA making up his top four.
"They have a couple commits now at cornerback," Brown said of the Bruins. "That's why I've been kind of off of them lately. I've been looking into other schools but before that they were at the top of my list.
"I still feel the same way. I'm happy for them and the whole staff and the whole program for that win (against USC) but I'm still looking at some others."
Brown, rated as the No. 63 cornerback in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, recently returned from his official visit to Washington State. He's planning to visit Washington during the last weekend of November and then head to Arizona State in early December.
The Huskies hold a slight edge for him and UCLA cannot be counted out especially after the Bruins upended USC last weekend at the Rose Bowl. Brown didn't go but watched the entire game on television.
"I didn't get to catch the game because it was cold so I just stayed in and watched," Brown said. "That was a great win for UCLA and the defense looked really nice.
"I was thinking I could go be a part of that, I have a chance to be a part of that, they're highly considered as one of my favorites right now. Getting that win helped show that they've rebounded from last year and the new coaches have come in and they're changing things."