Denzel Fisher has been in a lot of contact with the UCLA coaching staff and now the Compton (Calif.) Centennial defensive back has an offer.
It was a lengthy process for the three-star but Fisher said he is definitely considering a commitment although he still wants to talk things over with his parents before any decisions are made.
One thing is clear: The Bruins have moved way up in his recruitment and could be the outright winner if he decides so.
"The offer came from my scrimmage," Fisher said. "I had a good performance. Receivers couldn't get off the line, I jammed them up. I was in the right coverage and I was playing fast and then coach (Demetrice Martin) decided to give me the offer this morning.
"He just said he wanted me for the longest. They've been evaluating my film and they needed to get everything together. The film came and he decided to offer."
Rated as the No. 61 cornerback in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, Fisher has a top three and plans to take all five official visits. UCLA, Washington State and Utah are his favorites and he's still finalizing his visit schedule but he said a pledge might be close.
"A commitment could come," Fisher said. "As of right now I'm still going to sit down and talk with my parents and make sure the decision is best for me and the next four years of my college career. All I know is that they're in the top three.
"I'm going to take all my trips. That's one thing I am going to do."