Marcus Moore has two early offers but it's a local school that interests the 2016 defensive end the most at this point in his recruitment.
"I like UCLA a lot," Moore said. "Everything about UCLA, I just really like them a lot."
Moore is a 6-foot-2, 221-pound 2016 defensive end from Encino (Calif.) Crespi who said the Bruins along with the other local powerhouse, USC, are sending preliminary mail but neither program has discussed an offer at this point.
The 2016 prospect might have his eyes on UCLA and USC but he's also interested in the two programs that have already offered him - Miami and Washington State.
Moore admits he doesn't know much about the Hurricanes yet but it's still early and this season he's going to take a much closer look.
"They came to the school," Moore said. "I was in the weight room and they talked to my coaches and then they offered. I haven't really thought about them much yet. I do like the school. I haven't been too much around it yet."
Washington State has a little more of an edge mainly because he's more familiar with the coaching staff. The Crespi defensive end worked with the Wazzu coaches at a satellite camp in Southern California this summer and shortly after he was offered by the Cougars.
That is one program he will definitely consider as his recruitment continues into his junior season.
"I went down to their camp (at Los Angeles Cathedral) and I performed there and the coach talked to me," Moore said. "The next day I got a call and they offered.
"I liked it a lot. I liked the d-line coach a lot. He's a good guy."