Dalis Bruce has been getting some good reviews from coaches across the country and now the Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista cornerback is trying to schedule some unofficial visits for spring practices.
Bruce, a 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect, is definitely trying to make his way to Cal and Oregon State and there is a good possibility he can take trips to Colorado and Notre Dame as well.
The Northern California recruit has been receiving more correspondence ever since performing well at last weekend's Badger Sports Elite 7-on-7 in Las Vegas.
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"I'm pretty sure I'm going to see them, take a visit and see the campuses and talk to the coaches," Bruce said. "I just got letters from them inviting me to spring practice.
"It's been picking up especially after the 7-on-7 tournament so I'm pretty excited."
Bruce recently returned home from a junior day visit to Cal where he spent time with quarterback commit Zach Kline and wide receiver Bryce Treggs, who has Cal, Notre Dame and others on his list.
Although Bruce said he doesn't have any leaders - no offers have arrived yet - the Golden Bears are definitely of high interest but he's looking at every program.
"It's open right now," Bruce said. "It's still too early to name a favorite with no offers but I'll be able to figure that out.
"I'm basically going to the same schools for summer camp - Cal and Oregon State - and then I'll attend UCLA's camp and then Colorado. I should have a better idea where things stand after that."