One of the more highly regarded 2016 defensive prospects on the West Coast is Corona (Calif.) Centennial 2016 defensive back Chacho Ulloa.
Ulloa's versatility is a major reason why schools are recruiting him.
“Position flexibility is a big part of what I can bring to the table,” Ulloa said. “I can play either safety position or the nickel or outside linebacker.
"Wherever the coaches put me I’m going to make plays. I’ve just always had that ability to go and find the ball. I love the defense and wherever I play I get excited to excel.”
The three-star prospect figures to be busy the next few months.
“I’m going to travel to as many places as I can get to this summer," Ulloa said. "I just got back from the University of Miami. It was great to see a place like that with all the tradition.
“Up next I have Notre Dame, Northwestern and then I’m looking to take a trip up north to see California and Stanford. Honestly, I’m going to take as many visits as possible. That means all throughout the country.”
Arizona figures to push for a visit.
“Coach Michalczik was just here watching me work out," Ulloa said. "He said they are going to keep a close eye on me and see how much better I get. He said they liked my skills a lot and made it sound like they might come after me.
“I don’t see myself making a quick decision, but I’m not holding myself to that by any means. I would commit on a visit though if I thought it was the right place.”
That destination could be anywhere.
“I’m a Cali kid, but I would seriously go to Maine if that is the place that can turn me into the best football player possible," Ulloa said.