Taylor Miller-Wing is the quarterback at Folsom (Calif.) High which means the 6-foot-3, 198-pound prospect knows how to run a high-octane offense and is comfortable throwing the ball all over the field.
Numerous Pac-12 schools are showing interest in Miller-Wing, who attended a recent UCLA practice and continues to stay in touch with the Bruins.
"It was definitely fun," Miller-Wing said. "I really enjoyed it.
"Everyone was pretty cool. I really liked the intensity of the practice and I could just tell coach (Jim) Mora was taking everything really seriously.
"I can't speak for them but from my point of view they seem really interested. They want me at their camp and they were the ones who invited me down and they want me to come back again."
Miller-Wing has been talking with UCLA assistant coach Angus McClure about twice per week throughout the recruiting process and he plans to definitely return for summer camp.
The Folsom quarterback took unofficial visits to Oregon and Oregon State last year and both places impressed him as well.
"I liked the atmosphere at both places," Miller-Wing said. "I went when they were on their dead period for football. No one was really up there but I saw the campus and met the coaches and both were good visits."
This summer Miller-Wing said he plans to attend the UCLA summer camp along with possible trips to Oregon and Washington State. He said Duke and Arizona have also been showing interest.
Miller-Wing's main priority is playing well in his senior season but over the next few months there will be many camps and combines to attend and the Folsom quarterback said it's a balancing act between his team and the off-season so he can get more recruiting exposure.
"I have to balance everything with camps and recruiting so we'll see what happens," Miller-Wing said.