Jupiter (Fla.) dual-threat quarterback Tyler Cameron, a South Florida commitment, boarded a plane on Friday and flew to the West Coast, where he took an official visit to UCLA.
"It was a really good trip," Cameron said.
After arriving on Friday, Cameron immediately jumped into the visit.
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"We got there on Friday and we met with most of the staff and then went and ate lunch," Cameron said. "Then we watched their walkthrough practice. Then we got dinner. That was pretty much that day.
"On Saturday, I went to the team hotel and watched their walkthrough there," Cameron added. "Then I met with Coach (Rick) Neuheisel and we talked some on the chalkboard. Then we went to the game."
The three-star quarterback was very impressed by his meeting with the head coach of the Bruins.
"It was really good," Cameron said. "He has a lot to teach. He is really intelligent. He knows his stuff. There is a lot to learn from him. Some of the greats have learned from him."
Neuheisel wasn't the only member of the staff that impressed Cameron.
"Their coaches are NFL guys," Cameron said. "Coach Neuheisel has coached and played in the pros. Coach (Mike) Johnson, he has coached in the pros. So they all have a lot to teach. They all have been there and done that. That is really high on my list for where I am going to school."
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound quarterback was impressed with the 45-6 victory that UCLA earned over Colorado on Saturday.
"They did what they needed to do against Colorado," Cameron said. "It was good to see how that offense works and how I would fit into that offense."
The visit to UCLA marked Cameron's third official visit, having previously toured Purdue and Wake Forest. He has taken three unofficial visits to South Florida during this season. He talked about where things stand with his pledge to the Bulls.
"I am committed to them right now," Cameron said. "I am just trying to make sure I made the right decision. I don't want to have any regrets about where I am going and what I am doing."
Cameron said he is unlikely to take any more official visits. At this point, he says he is ready to sit down and make some tough decisions on whether or not to stick to his commitment.
"I am going to sit down this week and try to go over all the pros and cons, think about everything, and try to put in a lot of time with my parents and coaches and try to figure out where is best for me," Cameron said.
As a senior, Cameron was 86-for-189 for 1,453 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also threw six interceptions. On the ground, he rushed 102 times for 379 yards and six touchdowns.