Kammy Delp is aware UCLA wants him to commit but the Bruins aren't pushing too much as the three-star lineman continues the recruiting process.
The Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch standout has already attended two UCLA games this season and there's n doubt it is one of his favorites.
But the 6-foot-3, 310-pound recruit wants to take other visits before making any decisions and he's working on setting up a few with Pac-12 schools.
"The games have been pretty amazing," Delp said of UCLA. "I've gotten to feel what it's like before the games and after the games. I sit up really close with the other recruits. I like to see how up-tempo it is on the sidelines and on the field and the schemes they do. It's pretty good. I love the feeling about it.
"Coach (Adrian) Klemm is pushing for me hard and so are coach (Steve) Broussard and coach (Jim) Mora. They just want me to take my time."
That's exactly what Delp plans to do.
The three-star recruit will visit Washington State the weekend of Oct. 12 when it hosts Oregon State. Delp also plans to set up trips with Oregon State and Washington as well but neither has been finalized yet.
So far, Delp has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State. He said he's started to talk with Nebraska and Wyoming but neither has offered.