Before he left the Rose Bowl, Dixon had his seventh offer.
"Before the game, I talked to a couple of coaches at UCLA," said Dixon. "Then after the game, I talked with Coach Tui (Marques Tuiasosopo) and he offered me. He's a cool guy."
Dixon watched as the Bruins routed Arizona by 56-points, using current tight end Joe Fauria in a big impact role offensively.
"I liked the way they used their tight end, #8 (Fauria), and that's a good way to get some interest from me, using your tight end," said Dixon.
"Vanderbilt has been sending me letters, and I think they could offer me next, and I hear Hawaii is really interested, Alabama has been sending me about 30 letters a week and Oregon liked me a lot," said Dixon.
Dixon said that almost all of his interest is coming strictly as a tight end, but some like him as an athlete.
"Most like me as a tight end and some like me as a utility guy," said Dixon. "I can run, catch and block, and hopefully I can keep improving with my blocks. Right now, I'm more of a run and catch guy, but I want to be more like 50-50, receiver and blocker."
With plenty of time until he needs to make a decision, Dixon will not rush anything.
"I'll take as much time as I need to decide," said Dixon.
Academically, Dixon has a 3.2 GPA and plans to take the SAT and ACT in the spring.
St. Bonaventure starts the CIF-SS Pac-5 playoffs this week, earning the #1 seed overall.