Oregon continues to come after Denzel Fisher but the UCLA commit said the Ducks have not offered yet as they continue to evaluate him.
The three-star defensive back from Compton (Calif.) Centennial said the Oregon coaches told him they love his size and athleticism but they still need to look at more things before an offer can be presented to him.
Since Oregon is still not a serious option, Fisher said he's interested but cannot say too much because he doesn't have an offer.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound prospect has been committed to the Bruins since early September and has to be pleased that coach Jim Mora is staying along with likely all the assistant coaches.
Oregon does interest him but it has to be measured at this point.
"They're still recruiting me, just checking in with me," Fisher said. "They're high on me because of my size and length and being able to run.
"They said that they have to do a little bit more evaluation and they loved my highlight tape."
Fisher, who has already taken official visits to Washington State and Utah, has also been offered by USC but he said he planned to stick with his UCLA commitment.
The Compton Centennial standout said he had not been contacted by new USC coach Steve Sarkisian but that's not a major surprise since the former Washington coach just took the job days ago and is still hiring his assistant coaches.