Tyler Foreman took an unofficial visit to UCLA for its game against Utah this weekend, a rare double-dip to see two of his top teams in person.
The Bruins continue to recruit the Encino (Calif.) Crespi three-star safety and he said he's been impressed with how they've played this season.
Foreman, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect who could play either safety or cornerback, said he has a good relationship with assistant coach Demetrice Martin and that's one reason why UCLA is high on his list.
"I enjoyed myself at the game," Foreman said. "I talked with the coaches and they're really interested in me.
"They're not really pushing for a commitment. They're basically saying they like me and they want me and that's pretty much it.
"I'm really not sure now where I stand with them. I'm just enjoying the process. I like coach Martin. He's really good to talk to. He tells you a lot about the school and what kind of defense they run so I'm just going to enjoy myself right now."
Foreman, who has already taken an official visit to Oklahoma, plans to visit Wisconsin the weekend of Oct. 26 for its game against Michigan State and then take a trip to Utah the following weekend to see it play Washington State.
Both schools remain under serious consideration. Utah has stayed in the mix especially because Foreman has been impressed with how the Utes play defense.
"They're just a really good defensive program," Foreman said. "They've put a lot of defensive backs in the NFL. That's something that's important to me."
No decision time has been finalized but the Encino Crespi standout said he'd like to take these upcoming trips and then he could be ready to make a choice.
Rivals.com rates Foreman as the No. 30 safety in the 2013 class and No. 41 in the California state rankings.