Ulu-Perry To Camp with UCLA

2015 four-star Honolulu (Haw.) St. Louis offensive guard Fred Ulu-Perry performed well at the Nike Camp and has a busy summer ahead of him...

Fred Ulu-Perry is one of the top guard prospects in the region and has a ton of physical tools that project well to the next level. He's an athletic 6-3, 310 pounds who first caught our eye at the SoCal NIKE Camp two years ago.

He came back for round two this past March and earned OL MVP honors as well as an invite to The Opening. He's a very strong kid, light on his feet, tough, physical, plays with good technique and knows how to finish.

With his most recent offer from Washington, Ulu-Perry is now at double digit scholarship offers and is starting to set up his summer camp schedule.

"Washington just offered me Wednesday and I definitely have interest," Ulu-Perry said. "They're a big time program and I like them a lot. I haven't figured out what schools I'll take my official visits to, I'm going to wait until the end of the summer but UW is definitely high up there.

"The two camps I know I'm doing this summer are to USC and UCLA. I'll be at USC for three days, it's their overnight camp and then I'll do the UCLA one day camp. Neither school has offered yet but they have been recruiting me for a while and I like them a lot. If they were to offer, it would be huge for me so we'll see what happens."

As for who's recruiting him the hardest, Ulu-Perry said several schools have made multiple trips to his campus.

"I'm hearing the most from Washington State, Colorado, Texas Tech, Hawaii, Arizona State, Nevada, Oklahoma and Oregon," Ulu-Perry said. "All but Oklahoma and Oregon have offered. Oklahoma seems very close and Oregon has been by three times so hopefully they're close as well.

"Right now, I'm open to everyone and I plan to narrow my list down at the end of the summer. I want to wait it out until then, see who has offered and then cut my list. That's how I'll know what schools to officially visit, the ones that have offered and are showing the most interest, that's who I'll visit."

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