But as more offers come in, Dorton looks like he'll take a little more time.
"When I started getting more offers, I started thinking about stretching it a little longer, maybe to the spring or summer, and see what other schools come along," said Dorton.
"Cal could be close as well," said Dorton. "We'll see what else happens this spring."
"UCLA was amazing. I got to see a lot about the campus, the school and the football program," said Dorton. "USC was nice too. They focused more on the academics early and then at the end, it was all about football."
Dorton has long maintained UCLA as a leader and said they still stand out the most.
"UCLA contacts me almost every day and they've always been the favorite and I've always like the program up over there," said Dorton.
"Washington State and Arizona State are contacting me almost every other day too," said Dorton. "I would have to say that Arizona State is recruiting me the hardest, I talk with the coaches pretty often."
Which position Dorton will play in college still remains to be seen.
"Some schools are saying linebacker and mostly as a pass rusher, so I'm good with outside linebacker," said Dorton, who's a defensive end by trade.
Dorton had a good showing at the Los Angeles NFTC on Sunday and plans to do a few more camps in the spring and summer.
"I want to keep working hard to keep this weight and be a pretty solid 235 this season," said Dorton.