QB commit not focused on recruiting

Brad Kaaya does not seem too interested in other schools or recruiting much at all.
These questions were asked minutes after West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade upset Gardena (Calif.) Serra this past weekend in the playoffs but still, Kaaya sounds locked in with Miami and isn't too serious about the other programs recruiting him.
The four-star quarterback who had a strong showing against Serra recently had an in-home visit with Miami offensive coordinator/quarterback coach James Coley and everything went well.
Kaaya said he's not entirely sure about being an early enrollee but he's still solid with the Hurricanes. He's been committed there since mid-May.
"They're good," Kaaya said. "I just had an in-home visit a couple days ago with coach Coley. It's all good. It seems like a good situation for me. I'm going to try to get there early but we'll see.
"At the in-home, he answered all the questions I have or any concerns. He did a really good job of that. He's a cool dude so it was nice to hang out with my future OC."
Kaaya said he has not talked with the new USC coaching staff yet. As for UCLA, he said not much is happening there, either, although the Bruins continue to pursue him.
"I haven't talked to (USC coach Steve Sarkisian)," Kaaya said. "He hasn't talked to me.
"Nothing really big right now (with UCLA). I haven't really been thinking about recruiting. I've been focusing on this game and watching film every night."
It was a big upset especially since Serra handled Chaminade earlier this year, 36-0. This time around in the playoffs, Chaminade made the plays when needed and beat Serra, 38-35, on a last-second field goal.
"It means so much to me," Kaaya said. "I came to Chaminade to win a championship. When I got here my sophomore year when I transferred from Crespi was to win a championship. It didn't come last year but I felt this year we were more prepared coming into this game than we were in past games especially that 36-0 loss.
"We talked about it every week in practice making up 36 points. How were we going to make up 36 points? We did that and we scored 38."