Scott Quessenberry remains busy with his recruitment but the Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon lineman found time to visit UCLA to watch spring practice in recent days.
The three-star standout said he really enjoyed watching the offensive and defensive lines and was impressed with the energy all the UCLA players and coaches showed.
"It went well," Quessenberry said. "I watched the practice with the offensive line and defensive line and I really liked what I saw. It was pretty lively up there so it was a lot of fun.
"I definitely like them. They're a good group of coaches. They're very impressive and nice but I'm still going to see what the other schools have to offer and figure it out. I definitely enjoyed myself at UCLA for sure."
A lot could be determined soon since Quessenberry, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound prospect, is expected to visit Wisconsin this weekend. His teammate from last season, Erik Magnuson, is going to Michigan and Quessenberry also has interest in the Big Ten.
"I'm definitely looking forward to it," Quessenberry said of his Wisconsin visit. "It's going to be really fun up there. Big Ten football and the atmosphere there, nothing else is like it."
Arizona offered the La Costa Canyon standout late last week and Quessenberry said Oregon, Colorado and Boise State are talking more with him.
In total, Quessenberry has offers from Arizona, Nebraska, San Diego State, SMU, UCLA, Washington State and Wisconsin.
Quessenberry still plans to take his time with recruiting. With more visits being considered and schools getting involved all the time, the three-star recruit probably won't rush a decision in the near future.