Love returns from UCLA

Sleeper safety prospect Glenn Love (6-4, 190, 4.55) from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton is the west's fastest rising prospect and for reason. He has absolutely blown up his senior season and ended up the season helping his team to the State of Arizona championship.
To top off a spectacular run by Love, his money performance in the championship game saw him earn the game's MVP after accounting for 10 tackles and two interceptions.
For the season Love ended up with over 100 tackles, 10 interceptions (one of his interceptions he brought back for touchdown), three pass deflections, three fumble recoveries, two blocked field goals and one forced fumble.
Love's senior season saw him earn first-team all-state and first-team all-conference.
A lot of schools are trying to make up for lost time as the word about Love's ability started to spread like a brush fire by mid-season and has been picking up offers ever since.
So far Love has offers from UCLA, Cal, Arizona, Arizona State, Utah, Nevada and UTEP
The talented safety has already visited Arizona and UTEP. He visited UCLA this past weekend.
"I had a great time at UCLA," Love said. "I like all the coaches and like the education opportunities.
"If you need help with your studies," Love said. "UCLA has a ton of people to help you."
"The kids on the campus were great," Love said. "My host was Chris Horton and he's a great guy."
"I liked everything about UCLA and the campus," Love said. "There are a lot of activities around there."
"My Mom was on the trip with me and she loved UCLA, too," Love said. "She liked all the other recruits parents."
"I was tempted to commit but I held out," Love said. "I want to see what other colleges are like."
Love will visit Cal and Nevada in January then he will make up his mind.
Whoever lands Love will get a good all-around athlete who also plays basketball. He even played some last year when his knee was mending. According to Love he has a 38 vertical jump and benches 315 pounds.
Love also gets the job done in the classroom and carries a 3.8 GPA.