Although a solid commitment to San Diego State, Sherman Oaks (Calif.) defensive end Tony Demartinis took an official visit this past weekend to UCLA. Did the Bruins offer the talented pass rusher?
Demartinis, 6-5, 220 pounds is one of the top rush ends in the state and led one of the nation's best teams to an undefeated 14-0 season and a CIF Div III title for the second straight year.
"My dad played for UCLA and I've always liked them a lot," Demartinis said. "A week ago, they talked to me about taking an official visit and I decided to take it to see what they had to say and if they were going to offer or not.
"I had a good time but they didn't offer. Coach Dorrell told me their class is full right now but he's anticipating a couple of players to de-commit and if and when that happens, I would have an offer. Right now, I still really like San Diego State and still consider myself committed to them. Even if UCLA offered, I wouldn't automatically drop SDSU, it would be a tough decision for me and one I would have to do a lot of thinking about. I'm just going to wait and see what happens and see how it plays out but I really want it known that I'm committed to San Diego State still, it's a great school and I'm happy with them."