Kammy Delp has landed some major offers in the last few months and now the Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch lineman is waiting to see what three other powerhouses say before narrowing down his list.
Oregon, UCLA and USC are all showing interest in the 6-foot-5, 310-pound prospect who could play on either side of the ball and he's hopeful as his senior season approaches that he figures out if any of those programs will offer.
"I haven't gotten in contact with Oregon's d-line coach but I was talking to one of the coaches and he wants me to get in contact with coach (Ron) Aiken soon," Delp said. "He's been trying to get in contact with me so we could touch base.
"With USC, coach (James) Cregg has been sending a few letters and seeing if I could come out more and see practice or take an unofficial. With UCLA, coach (Adrian) Klemm wants me to come out for their elite day. He and coach (Steve) Broussard both wanted to invite me so I could come out and compete."
So far, Delp has landed offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
A trimming could come soon but Delp is not sure.
"I was debating whether I should narrow down my top five at The Opening but if I'm not comfortable with it I'll wait until the middle of the season hopefully," Delp said.
This past weekend Arizona held a satellite camp at Azusa Pacific and Delp said the Wildcats' coaches were pleasantly surprised by his participation.
Arizona has been a team Delp has taken into serious consideration but before he names any frontrunners the big lineman wants to see what USC, Oregon and UCLA do moving forward.
"They were just happy about my skill set," Delp said of the Arizona coaches.
"They didn't think I was going to come and work out. They thought I was just going to come and hang out. They were surprised I came out to work and showed them what I had. They were happy I showed them what I had and dominated."