The 6-foot-1, 290-pounder, rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com, really enjoyed his time in Westwood.
"Los Angeles is fun," he said, reacting to the visit. "It was really nice being on campus and with the team."
Lealaimatafao committed to Texas in March of this year and has taken in a few Longhorn games, as well. However, the Bruins have made a push for the prospect; after Lealaimatafao's two days on the West Coast, including experiencing Game Day at the Rose Bowl, UCLA may not be out of the running just yet.
"I'm still committed [to Texas]. I'm really liking UCLA, though," he said on Sunday night.
The defensive lineman will officially visit Texas on December 13th.
Warren's season finished on Friday night after a 50-15 loss to Converse (Texas) Judson in the second round of playoffs. Lealaimatafao finishes the year with 54 tackles (six solo), two caused fumbles, three fumble recoveries, and one pass deflected; he averaged 5.4 tackles per game.