Kammy Delp arrived late to the UCLA camp last week and did not get to perform during the combine portion of the event so he thinks the Bruins will wait a little longer before offering him.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound three-star prospect was there for the one-on-one portion but Delp, from Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch, said UCLA will probably not offer until the coaches see him during his senior season.
Delp has been getting in more contact with UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm so he's hopeful things continue to stay busy with the Bruins.
"Pretty much coach Klemm and I got closer in contact," Delp said. "It was the first time he saw me in person so he likes what he saw. We've been touching base back and forth.
"I think they want to see me during my senior season. I came late, I came during the individual drills and I missed most of the training early in the camp. The coaches didn't get to see me run around. They just got to see me during the blocking drills."
Delp is in no rush to make a decision but he could narrow down his list soon. That could take place over the next week or the three-star lineman might wait until the middle of his senior season, depending on his comfort level.
So far, the Pomona Diamond Ranch standout has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
One of those Pac-12 schools is sure to make his list when Delp finally announces his top five.
"I know Washington will be up there," Delp said. "I'm trying to see if I can hopefully go up there for the Rising Stars camp but if not I'll just go up there later."