Luca Bruno is taking some visits this week and on Monday the three-star defensive end from Oak Park, Calif., stopped by Arizona's practice.
The 6-foot-4, 277-pound prospect was thoroughly impressed by the intensity of practice and even though they weren't hitting, Bruno liked the way defensive line coach Bill Kirelawich conducted his portion of the workout.
"I thought it went very well," Bruno said. "This was the first time I ever saw the campus or them actually practice and I was very impressed with what they had to offer. I hope to see more of them in the future.
"The defensive line coach is a tough guy. He likes tough players. That's something I like to see and I really enjoy and that's something they brought to the table. Through a practice of no hitting it blew me away how tough the players could be and I was very impressed with that."
Recruiting has picked up recently for Bruno, who currently has offers from Arizona, Fresno State, Oregon State and San Diego State.
The Oak Park standout said Arizona, Oregon State and USC comprise his top three even though the Trojans have not offered yet. Bruno has also recently attended an Oregon State workout and liked what the Beavers have to offer.
On Tuesday, Bruno is expected to watch practice at Arizona State and even though he's not sure the Sun Devils will offer they've been talking to him more often so he's interested to see how the new coaching staff is running things.
Arizona State might join his list soon but the Oak Park recruit isn't sure.
"They've been talking to me and I want to see what's going on there," Bruno said. "I'm looking forward to seeing them work out."