Larue went to UCLA on Thursday, the first time he'd gone to a spring practice at either USC or UCLA.
"It was great there. It was intense and I like the competitiveness that was shown in the practice," said Larue.
Larue was one of the first prospects in the 2013 class to get an offer from the new Bruin staff and he was paid a lot of attention by the Bruin coaches Thursday.
"They definitely gave me a lot of love when I was there," said Larue. "I talked with Coach (Jim) Mora, Coach (Steve) Broussard, Coach (Demetrice) Martin and Coach Yarber and the defensive coordinator (Lou Spanos) there. They're really cool."
Larue said he's hoping to be back in Westwood a few more times in the spring, but also plans to visit a couple other schools.
"I haven't been able to get to USC yet, but I want to and I will be out to Texas A&M next week and Washington at the end of the month," said Larue. "And I'll go check out a few more practices up there at UCLA."
Larue has a handful of offers, from schools like Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington and Washington State, but is in no rush to make a decision.
In the meantime, after participating in the NLA Elite 7on7 and SoCal NFTC in consecutive weekends before taking this past weekend off, he'll be back on the camp circuit this weekend.
"I'm playing in the IMG 7on7 and hoping to play receiver and corner in it," said Larue.