UCLA is having to go the sleeper route for offensive lineman this year and another player they're looking at who fits that title is San Jose (Calif.) Leland's Scot Glicksberg.
Glicksberg, 6-4, 275 pounds played his junior ball at nearby Bellarmine but transferred over the summer.
"I liked the football program at Leland and we had some coaches who were coming over from Bellarmine to Leland as well," Glicksberg said. "It's been a great experience and they've done a lot for me as far as getting tapes out on me and helping me with my recruitment."
Glicksberg is a quick footed lineman who clocked a 4.59 in the shuttle at the Nike Camp in Washington but does need to do some work in the weight room to increase his size and strength. He has had a strong senior year on both sides of the ball but is getting looks strictly on the offensive line.
"I'm tripping to UCLA this weekend (Dec. 5) and I'm also looking at Cal and San Diego State," Glicksberg said. "UCLA is my only offer and I could commit to them if I like how things go on the visit. They're coming in for a home visit next Thursday too so if I have any more questions, I could also wait until then but UCLA is my favorite school right now."