Cameron Judge took his official visit to Arizona State this past weekend and now the three-star linebacker has some serious thinking to do.
The long-time UCLA commit said he will sit down probably Monday and critique both schools to see which one stands out most.
It's down to the Bruins and Sun Devils and the Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian prospect said it's going to be a tough choice.
"I'm going to sit down and weigh the differences between the schools and I'll probably have a decision sometime this week for sure," Judge said. "It's just those two."
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound three-star has been committed to UCLA since June but in the last few months other teams have gotten more involved in his recruitment.
Arizona State has made a late push and Judge, who finished with 62 tackles, two sacks and an interception in his senior season, said he had a great time during his weekend in Tempe.
Former Oaks Christian teammate Carlos Mendoza was his host so the two hit it off and now the Sun Devils are right in the mix for his commitment.
"It was a lot of fun," Judge said. "Carlos was my host so it was good to see him again and he just showed me around the school and told me how it is up there. It was a good visit overall.
"I could definitely see it as a place where I wouldn't mind living for sure. The town is really nice and there is a lot of stuff for the kids to do."
Rivals.com rates Judge as the No. 28 outside linebacker in the 2013 class. Oregon State was also recently an option but the Beavers are no longer considered a serious contender.
As early as this week, Judge could have his mind made up - whether to stick with his UCLA pledge or flip to Arizona State.