Koa Farmer took a visit to UCLA last weekend for its game against Arizona State but according to the four-star, Cal fans should not be too concerned.
The Bruins are recruiting the Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame athlete but not too intensely and he's not quite sure where things stand moving forward with UCLA.
"The atmosphere was great," Farmer said. "The Rose Bowl is a pretty big place. UCLA is in my backyard so it's always in a good environment to be in.
"I wouldn't say (they're recruiting me) hard. They're talking to me but not too hard right now. If they're interested in me then I'll be interested in them."
Farmer, a 6-foot-2, 207-pound four-star athlete, has been committed to Cal since late October of his junior year. However, with the Golden Bears struggling badly this season, some teams could see it as open season on recruiting him.
The Sherman Oaks Notre Dame standout is planning visits with one coming to Utah this weekend and then Washington in early December but has given no indication of backing off his Cal pledge.
Trips to Vanderbilt and Cal are planned for sometime in January. Farmer was also considering an Ivy League trip but doesn't seem so set on that any longer.
The four-star said after all his trips - which should inch close to signing day - he's going to sit down with those close to him, review all his options and make a final decision.
"I'll talk with my parents and see where everything stands," Farmer said.