For Rosen, who's the No. 2 quarterback in the country, this is the second time he's been on campus in the last three weeks, which is a good sign for UCLA. The Bruins are thought to be the heavy favorites at the moment, and the more he's on campus, the better UCLA's chances of securing an early commitment.
Marshall, the top prospect in the West, is thought to be a USC lean, but UCLA will recruit the cornerback hard. He was spotted on campus with his father.
Kirk and Lucier-South are both thought to have UCLA on their early short list, but neither has released a list of favorites at this point. Lucier -South is being pitched on the OLB/DE role recently vacated by Anthony Barr, while Kirk would fill the need for a quick/fast receiver out of the slot that UCLA has coveted for quite some time.