“UCLA was great,” said Weaver. “I met with Coach (Scott) White. Unfortunately, it was spring break, so mostly everyone is gone. But we had a good time.”
While there, Weaver got to see the school and facilities.
“We toured the facilities and toured the campus and everything was really nice,” said Weaver. “Their new facilities building is supposed to be there in 2017 and from the drawings, looks outstanding. “
It was the first chance Weaver had to see UCLA and Los Angeles to a large extent.
“It was my first time at UCLA and Los Angeles is a great city,” said Weaver. “It’s big. But it seems to be a really great city.”
While Weaver doesn’t have an offer, White told him the time frame he’ll be watched in.
“They want me to come down to their camp and see how I perform,” said Weaver. “They see me more as a defensive end.”
Weaver also visited Cal on the visit and has a couple more visits set up.
“I liked how everyone was just honest (at Cal). The coaches seemed to love me,” said Weaver. “I’m going to Washington State next weekend for Junior Day and visiting Boise State, Oregon State and Utah.”
He’s visited USC and Washington State already for their Junior Days as well.
This summer, he plans to camp at The Opening Eugene Regional and the NW Elite Camp plus college camps at Oregon, UCLA, USC and Washington.
Academically, he has a 3.0 and will take the SAT this spring.