Kammy Delp has a top two, he plans to commit at the Semper Fi game but then take official visits in January.
The Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch three-star prospect said Arizona State and UCLA are the favorites but he still has trips to take and things could change.
"ASU and UCLA are pretty much the top two as of right now," Delp said. "I like the atmosphere of both and it's going to come down to that family vibe factor.
"ASU, going out-of-state, I can really feel that pumped-up factor like being in Southern California. With UCLA, being home, that's exciting to be in front of my family and being really close."
The 6-foot-3, 310-pound prospect who could play offensive guard or defensive tackle is planning official visits to Oregon State and Washington in January.
Delp said the plan is to still commit at the Semper Fi game in the coming weeks - which leads one to believe it will be Arizona State and UCLA - but he won't shut down his recruitment then since he'll hit the road in January.
The Pomona Diamond Ranch standout took his official visit to Arizona State in November. He said no official to UCLA is being planned but he has already taken unofficial visits there and is very familiar with the school.
Delp said he has not had an in-home visit with the Bruins yet.
The three-star prospect has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Illinois, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State.