Kammy Delp had to make a tough decision. He wanted to reopen his recruitment and consider three schools but de-committing from Arizona State was difficult.
Still, it was what the three-star lineman from Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch felt was the most responsible move so Sunday night Delp called Arizona State offensive line graduate assistant Keola Loo to tell him about his choice.
Delp, a 6-foot-3, 310-pound prospect, will still consider the Sun Devils but UCLA and Washington are right back in the picture as well.
"Those are going to be the three," Delp said.
"I'm trying to re-evaluate things before February. I'm going to take my trip to Washington and hopefully take an unofficial to UCLA one more time and see how things settle out. I'm still looking for that vibe, that strong vibe, plus with UCLA getting coach (Kennedy) Polamalu is pretty big.
"It was pretty crazy I had second thoughts. I had to let it out and tell the ASU coaches I wanted to rethink everything."
Delp will officially visit Washington the weekend of Jan. 31. Preferably before that trip the Diamond Ranch standout will head over to UCLA to see about that program again.
The three-star said his family sat down Sunday and discussed the pros and cons of Arizona State and he decided to be fair to all three programs he wanted to reopen things and still consider the Sun Devils but also UCLA and Washington as well.
A final decision will probably come on signing day but Delp said if things feel right it could happen sooner.
"It's projected for signing day but if I get that feeling it will be earlier but right now it will be signing day," Delp said.
"It was basically a whole family meeting. We were all discussing the factors of going out of state and whether the six-hour drive was worth it back and forth, having my family members trying to fly out there. It was pretty hard calling coach Loo the offensive line coach and telling them. I told him I'm still interested but I want to make the right choice."