Delp enjoyed his time at Washington State.
"I had a lot of fun and had a great time," said Delp. "It was a great atmosphere. Pullman is a small town with a great atmosphere. Toni Pole, the d-tackle, was my host, he's a solid Polynesian and I got to hang out with him and some of the other Poly's there."
Delp is being recruited by Joe Salave'a, the Cougars defensive line coach but also broke down film with offensive line coach Clay McGuire.
"Coach Joe is recruiting me, but I sat down with the offensive line coach, Coach McGuire. He was pretty much surprised with how I look as an offensive lineman because Washington State is recruiting me for the d-line. They're recruiting me as a defensive tackle."
It was the first visit for Delp, and he was thrilled to finally get out and take a trip.
"It was pretty much a great time and it was like what I expected," said Delp. "Just hanging out with some of the players and getting that family feeling."
Delp will visit Arizona State on January 11th, the weekend after he plays in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, where he is tentatively set to announce his decision.
"I'm going to visit Oregon State and Washington too, I just need to set those," said Delp. "I might still visit UCLA officially. I took an unofficial there right after they offered me and I can visit there anytime, but I haven't decided on if I'll take an official visit there."
Delp was at the UCLA-New Mexico State game and said he planned to visit a couple more UCLA games this fall.
The three-star guard said that just about every school likes him on offense, but two like him on defense.
"Washington State and Oregon State both like me as a defensive lineman but everyone else likes me as a guard," said Delp. "I'm open to either side."
Delp and Diamond Ranch are 6-1 on the season and play Rowland this weekend.