Simmons looked very good in the one-on-ones, typically getting the better of the offensive lineman he went up against.
He's also starting to garner a good list of offers.
Simmons is being recruited primarily as a defensive end, but some schools are looking at him as a tight end. "I don't have any preference, wherever I can play I'll play," said Simmons.
"UCLA and USC have been sending me a lot of stuff. I prefer to stay on the West Coast, and both of those schools have great programs. Cal is my leader right now."
Simmons led Bishop O'Dowd in receiving yards and receptions on offense, then recorded 7 sacks, 42 tackles, 2 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries.
He plans to take all of his trips and won't make a decision until January, at the earliest.