Fred Ulu-Perry is one of the top interior line prospects in the nation. He plays guard and tackle for St. Louis but is rated the No. 2 center in the nation by Scout.com.
Ulu-Perry attended UCLA's Lineman Camp on Sunday and landed an offer from the Bruins Tuesday morning.
"I was very excited to get this offer, it feels great to have an offer from UCLA," Ulu-Perry said. "I got a message this morning from Coach Klemm on twitter to call him. I called him up and first talked with Coach Mora and he was the one who offered me.
"Then I talked to Klemm and he broke things down for me. He said the defensive coaches really liked me too but he wasn't going to let them steal me and my offer is definitely as an offensive lineman. He told me how much he enjoyed coaching me at the camp and said he would love to have the opportunity to do it again at UCLA."
While Ulu-Perry didn't name a leader, he said UCLA is definitely high on the list.
"They're in my top three for sure right now," Ulu-Perry said. "I plan to come back for an official visit and I loved everything about UCLA. I love the campus, the coaches and the overall environment there. Coach Klemm is a great coach who won three Super Bowls as a player so he knows what he's doing.
"I'm going to Disneyland today and then I'll be at USC for their camp Wednesday and Thursday. I would love to get a USC offer too, that's why I came out here. I loved USC growing up so an offer would be a dream come true. I'm not planning to make an early decision though, I want to take my official visits in the fall before I commit anywhere."