"I've talked to a lot of schools and a lot are coming out in May to visit and see me practice," said Dickerson. "I've been talking with Cal a lot and there is a chance I'll visit in a week or two."
UCLA became the fourth Pac-12 school to offer Dickerson when they offered last week.
"Coach (Angus) McClure and I had been talking for about a week and then they offered," said Dickerson. "I'd been talking with them through Facebook, but the offer was kind of out of the blue. I'm going down there on Saturday for the Spring Game. I'm going to the school first on Saturday and the coaches are showing me around the school and then I'm going to see the Spring Game at the Rose Bowl. I'm definitely looking forward to visiting UCLA."
UCLA will be the fourth school he's visited this spring.
"I took a visit to Washington, San Jose State and Colorado," said Dickerson, who said he may also try to visit USC this weekend when in the Southland.
Colorado's coaching staff has been aware of Dickerson since he was a sophomore, when the majority of them were at San Jose State.
"I met one of the coaches in 10th grade because his son played AAU ball, and he knew about me and I was always on their profile, so when they got to Colorado, they offered me," said Dickerson.
Dickerson said he's pretty wide open in the early going.
"I don't have a favorite right now, I'm just trying to find the right fit and take as many unofficials as I can," said Dickerson.
Dickerson said most schools are recruiting him as a defensive end.
"Sometimes, one will say maybe a tackle like a 3-tech, but mostly all the schools have told me defensive end," said Dickerson.
Academically, Dickerson has a 3.1 and plans to take the SAT this spring.
He's also tentatively planning to attend the Oakland NFTC next month.