DB Cole lands UCLA offer

Miramar (Fla.) defensive back Tyrek Cole picked up a UCLA offer yesterday, his second Pac-12 offer.
Cole is a rangy cover corner that already holds fifteen early offers and he will likely be in the twenty-plus category before the start of his junior year.
What did the UCLA offer mean to the 2015 standout?
"To get a UCLA offer means a lot because it's far on the west coast," stated Cole. He added "it's a great program."
It's early in the process, so he doesn't have a top ten list. However, he says the offers standing out the most are Florida, Florida State, Miami, and South Carolina.
He is hoping to hear from Alabama and LSU down the road. The 5-foot-10, 160-pounder is planning to announce on Signing Day.
On Sunday's, Cole enjoys watching and learning from Tampa Bay Buccaneers Darrelle Revis. As a junior, he recorded 30 tackles and two interceptions for the Patriots.
His coaches are very high on him and feel he is better at this stage than former five-star and current Miami Hurricanes defender Tracy Howard. That's high praise, so time will tell if he can prove them right. College coaches have taken notice and he is off to a great start on the recruiting front.