Tyler Vaughns attended the UCLA spring game last weekend but has not heard much from the Bruins' coaching staff yet.
The 2016 wide receiver from La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat has already landed offers from USC and Colorado State but said his communication with UCLA has basically been non-existent.
Still, Vaughns said he's definitely interested in the Bruins especially after seeing the spring game where he was impressed by the organization and the wide receivers.
He's looking for things to pick up moving forward.
"I wasn't there the whole time," Vaughns said. "I got there when the game started. It was pretty good to see, it was well-organized and everything. It was a good game to watch.
"I was watching the receivers mostly. They looked really good. They knew how to run everything. I love that."
The 6-foot-2, 160-pound wide receiver had a strong junior season where he averaged nearly 15 yards per reception and he's also done an excellent job so far this spring on the 7on7 tournament. Vaughns has been one of the top 2016 wide receivers seen.
Both of his offers came this spring and many other programs are showing interest but the Bishop Amat star said his recruitment has been limited with the Bruins.
"I haven't talked to any coaches from UCLA," Vaughns said. "They haven't been involved at all. I really don't know. They just haven't offered me yet."
USC has been considered the early favorite for Vaughns although the recruiting process is just getting underway.
The 2016 prospect wears a USC hat basically every weekend on the 7on7 circuit and said things are going well with the Trojans at this point.
"They're good," Vaughns said. "I talk to them almost every week."