Ulloa knows what he wants

Corona (Calif.) Centennial 2016 safety Chacho Ulloa already has a few offers and is looking to add to that. Read on for his thoughts on the recruiting process, schools involved, and more.

Corona (Calif.) Centennial 2016 safety Chacho Ulloa owns a couple Division-I offers, but that doesn’t mean those schools are necessarily the leaders in his recruitment.

“The two offers I have right now are from Utah and Boise State,” Ulloa said. “Those places have good reputations and are schools that I’m definitely going to keep an eye on the. That being said, I haven’t heard a lot from Utah of late.”

In addition to those two schools, the 6-foot-0, 190-pound Ulloa is looking at other options.

“I haven’t been offered by UCLA or USC, but they are schools that are super close and it’s an easy trip for me to make, so maybe they will come after me," he said.

“I have talked with Arizona online and stuff like that. Nothing too serious, but I think they are interested in me."

Ulloa’s is a confident player and also realizes that he needs to continue to get better.

“I’ve always been a student of the game, but right now it’s just about taking the game to the next level," Ulloa said. "I’m trying to understand receiver tendencies.

"I think I have everything necessary to be a good defensive back, but it’s just about improving every day.”

Ulloa’s college decision will likely come down to which school he believes can enhance his game the quickest.

“Playing time will definitely factor into my decision," he said. "I want to closely look at each team’s depth chart and see what my immediate potential is.

“I also want to play in an attacking scheme that allows their defensive backs to make plays and for a coach that has confidence in his players.”


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