Laudermill said that when it's determined if he needs to graduate in the spring or if he can graduate in December, more schools could be interested.
"Right now it looks like I'll graduate in spring, however, I am trying to figure out if I am able to graduate earlier. I'm waiting on the NCAA Eligibility Center to make that call," said Laudermill.
Out of Manual Arts HS, Laudermill had some schools interested, but an injury derailed that.
So he ended up at West L.A. and the 6-3, 285-pounder is hoping to continue his college career.
"If I'm a qualifier, I know schools are going to want to know right then and there if I can leave or not, but I need to focus on the season coming up," said Laudermill. "I know Hawaii wants to fly me out, and some other schools said they want to fly me out for a visit. Our season starts in a week so I probably won't be able to take many visits."