Myles Jack remains committed to UCLA but the Bellevue, Wash., three-star linebacker took another unofficial visit to Washington this weekend for its upset victory against Oregon State and came away impressed.
The 6-foot-2, 215-pound prospect said the Washington coaching staff continues to diligently recruit him but for now he's sitting back and is more focused on his senior season than recruiting.
"I was there and it was crazy," Jack said.
"It was probably a little more live than usual just because it was Oregon State, they were No. 7, so it was a big deal and coming off the losses they had people were really supportive and way more behind the team."
Many schools continue to recruit Jack, who committed to the Bruins in June, and he's looking at official visits for probably sometime in December.
The Bellevue prospect, who was at the Washington-Oregon State game with Washington commit Sean Constantine, 2014 standout Budda Baker and some other teammates, said the Huskies' staff has not stopped coming after him.
"They've been really aggressive," Jack said. "I like it. Pretty much they've been on their job and hitting me up every day whether it's Facebook or a phone call, everything.
"I'm receptive. I'm taking everything in. Really I've just been sitting back and watching how the season is falling for pretty much everybody. Everybody is recruiting me pretty hard. Some schools are more aggressive than others but it's been the same."
Jack said he "definitely, of course" wants to take an official visit to UCLA and he's also seriously considering Georgia Tech, Arizona State and Utah. Many other programs are still coming after him so Jack is going to let the season play out and then worry about trips.
"Official visits are probably going to come in December just because of the way our season is going," Jack said. "We're probably going to the state championship. It's looking like I'll wait until after the season to get my officials in.
"I'm kind of sitting back and we'll see but I know there are a couple schools I'm really, really interested in."