Terrell Newby is in the process of working through in-home visits, then he'll look at some official trips as the West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade running back figures out which school is best for him.
Nebraska recently stopped by for an in-home and that was a good visit for Newby, who had Cal, Washington and Ole Miss in last week and is pretty sure UCLA will stop by this week.
An official visit to UCLA could happen sometime soon - possibly as early as next week - and the Bruins are a serious contender after offering late in the season.
"They came to the school with four coaches last week," Newby said. "I really liked the guys. I know they got in the process late but I've known them for a while because they're in my backyard. I'm definitely going there and the official visit could only make it stronger."
Newby, rated as the No. 67 prospect in the 2013 class after a monstrous senior season, said he's also looking at official visits to Cal, Washington and Oregon and those will probably happen in January.
Depending on the Cal coaching situation, Newby will make a determination if and when he'll visit there after someone is hired.
The four-star prospect who moved up to the top-rated running back in California in the latest round of rankings has already visited Nebraska.
"Depending on their coaching situation, I'm not sure what's going to happen there," Newby said of Cal. "If I do take one it would be my last official visit if everything goes OK with them."
In his senior season the West Hills Chaminade prospect rushed for 2,129 yards and 43 touchdowns on 272 carries.