Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure came back to beat Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian last weekend and then Davonte Nunnery and a bunch of teammates visited UCLA for its big win against Arizona.
For the 2014 cornerback who's starting to hear from the Bruins, it was a great weekend.
"It was a really great day," Nunnery said. "I loved it. We got to eat with some of the coaches and then we got on the field and saw the pre-game. We spent time with the players after the game, spent time with the fans and that was pretty much it.
"I was really impressed by UCLA's win because I didn't expect Arizona to beat USC but they shocked me and a lot of players."
The 5-foot-10, 190-pound prospect attended the UCLA-Arizona game with 2015 quarterback Ricky Town and 2014 tight end Bryce Dixon, who both already have an offer from the Bruins.
The UCLA coaching staff apparently told Nunnery, who's also hearing from Arizona and Washington early in his recruitment, they're also interested in him but have not offered yet.
"They said they're going to keep looking at me," Nunnery said.
"I had a great game against Oaks and they said to keep doing what I'm doing and they'll keep talking to me."
The Friday night matchup almost turned disastrous after Oaks Christian took a 21-0 lead but St. Bonaventure settled down in the second half and won, 30-21.
For a young team, it was a big comeback and Nunnery was a part of the success.
"It was a really big game," Nunnery said.
"At halftime we knew we were able to compete with that team. We just had mental mistakes and we knew never to give up and we'll just come out strong. If we lost at least we left the field 100 percent trying to win the game so it felt really good."
St. Bonaventure plays Long Beach Cabrillo in the first round of playoffs this weekend.