Darius Allensworth had briefly flirted with the idea of looking more at UCLA but it sounds like the Romoland (Calif.) Heritage four-star cornerback is content with his Cal commitment and not looking around at all.
Theories started to fly after Allensworth attended the UCLA-Nebraska game and then said he would be at more Bruins' games but the 5-foot-11, 175-pound recruit put any rumors to rest by saying he is sticking with the Golden Bears.
"With UCLA, I just checked out their game last week," Allensworth said.
"I'm still committed to Cal and I'm going to go to Cal, I have no doubt in my mind right now, but UCLA is definitely stirring up some interest in the Pac-12."
Allensworth, a former Arizona commit, said he watched Cal's close game against Ohio State this past weekend and was thoroughly impressed how the Golden Bears played.
If not for a few miscues, Cal could have won that game and it was definitely an encouraging showing to the four-star recruit.
"The kicker missed some field goals but they looked good," Allensworth said. "The running back looked good and he went a little crazy there with some big runs.
"Playing Ohio State and Urban Meyer, they played great. They have some fixable mistakes but besides those they played really great. It was good to see."
Rated as the No. 25 cornerback and No. 239 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Allensworth said he doesn't plan to take his official visit to Cal until after his senior season. Other trips at this point are unknown.
The Romoland Heritage standout earned his fourth star after a strong performance at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge this past summer and he also looked good at numerous 7on7 tournaments.