Kammy Delp can play offensive guard or defensive tackle and that is one reason why the Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch recruit is so attractive especially to Pac-12 teams so far in his recruitment.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound prospect said he has offers from Oregon State and Washington so far and that Arizona State and Cal have been showing the most interest.
Cal and Washington like him for offense, Oregon State has been recruiting him as a defensive tackle and Delp said Arizona State's coaching staff is still debating where he would fit best.
Of his two offers, the Diamond Ranch standout said it's still too early to call either a favorite.
"I've had contact with Oregon State since my sophomore year so they've pretty much showed me love ever since then," Delp said. "Washington has hit me up lately. It's pretty much 50/50 for me right now."
A recent visit to Cal was impressive to Delp, who said he especially appreciated the new offense the Golden Bears are implementing.
Since Cal is recruiting him as an offensive guard it was important to see how coach Sonny Dykes would utilize him in his high-octane offense.
"Cal impressed me with their level of intensity and the way they played," Delp said.
"I liked their offensive schemes and I love the coaching staff even though it's a new coaching staff this year. They're all from Louisiana Tech so it was cool to meet all of them. I like how they play really fast and the tempo change this year and the way the offense runs."
Delp is also working on an unofficial visit to Arizona State. He's not sure if he can make the Sun Devils' junior day this weekend or if he'll have to reschedule for a later time.