Brad Kaaya is keeping his commitment with Miami and now the West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade quarterback is focused on doing some recruiting for the Hurricanes.
At The Opening, Kaaya talked a lot with West Palm Beach (Calif.) Dwyer's Johnnie Dixon and Raleigh (N.C.) Leesville Road's Braxton Berrios among other receivers as he tries to keep building Miami's recruiting class.
"I did a little bit of recruiting for Miami so far," Kaaya said. "I've been talking to a lot of guys. At this point, all the guys that are being recruited by Miami I've talked to. Now is the time to leave them alone, be their friend and let them make their own decision."
Kaaya, a four-star recruit who's rated as the No. 12 pro-style quarterback in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, said he remains pleased with his Miami commitment. One concern might be that Miami has three quarterbacks in its class but Kaaya said he's not looking around.
That's not to say other colleges aren't trying to influence him. UCLA continues to come after the West Hills Chaminade standout who had a great summer but the 6-foot-4, 213-pound prospect said he's sticking with the Hurricanes.
"There's nothing too new right now," Kaaya said. "It's pretty much the same stuff. Pretty much Miami is the only school I've been talking to right now. UCLA is staying involved but really no one else.
"Right now I'm pretty happy with my commitment. There is no one else that sticks out to me. Most of the other schools already have quarterbacks that are committed. There aren't too many schools left that don't have quarterbacks. I'm pretty solid with my commitment."