Ulloa works through process
Chacho Ulloa has committed to Stanford but that's only the first step.
Next for the three-star defensive back from Corona (Calif.) Centennial is wading through the arduous admissions process, something he's perfectly fine doing in the coming weeks.
"I'm still going through it," Ulloa said.
"I'm finishing my application and then I'm going to send it in. Either in the month of December I'm going to find out or they're going to wait until my official and they take me to admissions and I'll talk to them about it."
The signs that Ulloa should get through the admissions process seem good and there is one point that the three-star is looking toward as he works toward his goal.
"They say if they let you commit then there's a very good chance you're going to get in," Ulloa said.
"It's just up to admissions. I feel like I'm going to get in. I just have to finish my application and my essays and after that I'm just going to wait for the call."
Ulloa picked the Cardinal over Notre Dame, Vanderbilt and many others in mid-October and he's not second-guessing his decision at all.
The Corona Centennial standout plans to take his official visit to Stanford - his one and only trip to any school - the weekend of Jan. 15 when a bunch of other committed players are expected on campus.
"We're all going to go up there, bond and get used to each other," Ulloa said.