Kenny Lacy did not make the UCLA junior day on Sunday but the four-star promises it's not a sign of disinterest in the Bruins.
The Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe offensive lineman decided he couldn't make it to Los Angeles and then back home in time for school on Monday so he has rescheduled an unofficial visit for this summer.
"I didn't make it," Lacy said. "I talked to coach (Noel) Mazzone and I'm going to come down in June. I have school in the morning and I wasn't able to come down and then drive back (Sunday night).
"I'm definitely going to visit. UCLA definitely stands out to me right now. I just want to find somewhere that's not too far away from home and somewhere I feel I can play and fit in.
"I wouldn't have a problem traveling anywhere, Oklahoma State and Arkansas and schools like that have offered, but UCLA is close, my family could see me play and I feel I can play there."
Because Lacy continues to pick up offers and he's talking to many schools, the 6-foot-5, 260-pound prospect does not want to narrow his list or make any commitments anytime soon.
Lacy is still waiting to hear from some powerhouse programs so he's in no rush.
"I'm still seeing what's coming," Lacy said. "Once I get the offers like LSU, Alabama, Oregon, USC and I feel like there's nothing more I can get I feel like I'll make my decision after that. Right now I'm still looking at all the schools and waiting on a decision.
"Everything is fine. I'm still just taking my time and all the schools know that I'm not going to commit early or anything like that now. I'm giving everybody a chance."
Missouri could be the next offer for Lacy and it might come soon. The four-star is also talking with Notre Dame. Rivals.com rates Lacy, who looked good at the U.S. Army National Combine, as the No. 122 prospect in the early 2013 rankings.