Bolu Olorunfunmi recently took another trip to UCLA, this time to check out spring practice and the three-star running back loved what he saw from the offense.
That's especially good news since the Fresno (Calif.) Clovis North standout has been committed to the Bruins since early March and does not plan to back off his pledge - even with an interesting visit planned for the fall.
"I went down to watch spring practice and offensively they have some good plans," Olorunfunmi said. "They have a lot of potential on that team. It should be a really good year for them this year. It's going to be great, that's all I have to say.
"They want to use me all over the place. That's pretty much what I want. That's one of the main reasons (I committed)."
The 5-foot-10, 216-pound prospect said he's sticking with UCLA but also made some interesting news because he's planning a big trip to Notre Dame probably in October.
Olorunfunmi, who shined at the RCS Northern California, said he has talked with the UCLA coaching staff and they know about the South Bend visit. He said his commitment to the Bruins will almost definitely not be swayed.
"I only have one visit in place," said Olorunfunmi, who also recently took a trip to Stanford.
"During my bye week I'm going to Notre Dame for my official. Coach (Kennedy) Polamalu from UCLA knows about it. I just want to go over there and check it out. I just want to take a visit pretty much to go see the area and it's kind of like a little vacation.
"I'm very solid with UCLA."
The three-star back has offers from UCLA, Cal, Fresno State, Louisville, Nevada, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington State and others.