"I told Coach (Eric) Bieniemy that I was coming (to UCLA) but that I wasn't going to officially commit anywhere until after I take some trips," said Moline.
Moline said the Bruins were his heavy leader and "where I am most likely going to end up" but that he didn't want to make his committment official because he wanted to take some visits and needed to get his test scores squared away.
"I'm going to head up to some practices there when they start fall camp to check them out and see my brother (Bruin freshman Chase Moline) but I won't be making any official trips until after my season is done," Moline said.
While Moline said that UCLA is his likely destination, "I'm 90% sure that's where I'm going," he said, there is a slim possibility that he could end up somewhere else.
"Unless all the coaches got fired or unless I happened to like some other school a lot more, then maybe I'd end up somewhere else. But I'm feeling good about them," Moline said.