Three-star running back Dalton Hilliard (5-11, 182, 4.48) from Honolulu (Hawai'i) Punahou has a very busy weekend coming up that see him taking the redeye after his game to take his second official visit. He has two other official visits set.
"I will be heading to UCLA after my game Friday Night," Hilliard said. "It is our homecoming against Iolani."
"It is going be exciting for me to see UCLA's homecoming game against Stanford," Hilliard said. "It will be good to see all the support."
"UCLA told me they will talk about offering me on my visit," Hilliard said. "They want to talk to me about where I'm going to playing. They don't whether they want me to play running back, slot back or defensive back."
"I'm very fired up about my visit to UCLA," Hilliard said. "I have been talking to them and have liked them for a while."
"I camped at UCLA my sophomore year and I went on an unofficial visit there on May 18th," Hilliard said. "If UCLA offers it is going to definitely put a twist on my recruitment. They were always high on my list without an offer.
"Coach DeWayne Walker told me to be patient," Hilliard said. "Like I said, UCLA has always been a factor. I have always liked the Bruins and like the direction the program is going in."
"I will visit Arizona on October 24th and Colorado on November 8th," Hilliard said. "I'm leaving the fifth visit open, but I'll probably end up going to take my fifth visit to Utah."
Hilliard has already taken his first visit to Nebraska.
"Nebraska was good a trip," Hilliard said. "It was their homecoming."
"Nebraska was my first visit and they are always nice," Hilliard said. "Now I have something to compare to UCLA when I visit there. I have always heard good things about UCLA."
Hilliard has offers on the table from the likes of Washington, Colorado, UNLV, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Arizona, Baylor, Stanford, Utah Medium, Army and Hawai'i.
Washington State was latest school to offer Hilliard when they offered him yesterday on October 14th.
Hilliard earned a spot on the Rivals.com Hawaii Preseason Top 15 team for the class of 2009 landing as the Aloha State's No. 4 prospect at any position.