De'shone Randall has not been hearing much from UCLA but he's hoping to impress the Bruins during his senior season and possibly earn an offer.
The Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany running back said last weekend at the Pierce College 7on7 tournament that UCLA is his favorite school and that he likes the new coaching staff and the direction of the program.
"I'm pretty much waiting on UCLA," Randall said.
"They really haven't said that much but that's the school I'm banking on so I want to see what they have to say if I have a good season.
"I really like the new coaches. They don't really have that many running backs so that's a good thing for me, too."
Randall, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound prospect who's tough to tackle and who plays in an impressive Bishop Alemany offense, said Arizona and Colorado State have also been showing interest.
The Bishop Alemany standout said the Wildcats have been in contact and the coaching staff said they want to see him perform early in the season and then they'll figure out whether they'll offer.
"They want to see how I perform through the season and during that time they're going to be looking at me," Randall said.
This weekend, Randall and his Bishop Alemany team will be playing in the loaded Dana Hills Air Strike Passing Tournament.