Four-star defensive back Anthony Dye (5-11, 180, 4.5) from Corona (Calif.) Santiago was one of 18 committed players to UCLA that made their official visit to the Westwood campus.
"It went well and I had a good time at UCLA," Dye said. "My status is still the same as it was going into the visit.
"There is a little uncertainty but I'm committed to Coach DeWayne Walker and all the other guys (commits)," Dye said. "Coach Walker and all the other guys are why I'm still there.
"It's tough not having a head coach at UCLA so I have to keep my options open," Dye said. "Oregon State is coming on hard and I really like their defensive back coach Nigel Burton.
"I have a visit to Oregon State on January 18th," Dye said. "I'm going up there with (fellow Bruin commit) Kevan Walker.
"I will make my decision shortly after my visit to Oregon State."
The Bruins were ahead of the recruiting curve when they offered Dye early in the recruiting process. After an outstanding senior season, Dye earned all-league honor on both sides of the ball as a running back and defensive back.
As a running back, Dye rushed for 759 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also had 25 receptions for 331 yards.
On defense, Dye accounted for 154 tackles, three deflections and on blocked kick.