Fred Ulu-Perry camped at UCLA earlier this week and while he did not receive an offer right after the workout on Tuesday morning he landed one from the Bruins and it's definitely a major offer for him.
"This is a big offer to me," Ulu-Perry said. "I'm considering UCLA for sure. I really loved their campus, I love all the coaches, especially coach (Adrian) Klemm. I do not dislike anything about UCLA."
The Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis offensive lineman also interested the UCLA coaches as a defensive tackle so he could go either way if he ends up playing for the Bruins.
Ulu-Perry, a 6-foot-2, 310-pound three-star prospect, had a great experience at UCLA and said he definitely liked working with the coaches at camp.
"It went pretty good," Ulu-Perry said.
"It was a great learning experience from all the different coaches at UCLA. I liked all the drills and the one-on-ones were very competitive. There were a lot of good guys at the camp and I tried to win every rep."
So far, Ulu-Perry has been offered by UCLA, Arizona State, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Nevada, Oregon State, San Jose State, Texas Tech, Washington and Washington State.
Rated as the fifth-best offensive center in the class by Rivals.com, Ulu-Perry plans to camp at USC later this week.
Other than the big offer from UCLA, the Hawaiian recruit said two other Pac-12 programs definitely pique his interest at this point.
"I really like Oregon State and Washington State," Ulu-Perry said.
"I have a good relationship with coaches at those two schools. Of course Hawaii is up there because it's my hometown school. I'll always keep home as an option but I want to go away to get that college experience."