He needed to achieve some grades and test scores in order for the offer to come, and Ross said he's done what he needed to do in the classroom.
"They told me it depended on my quarter grades, and I'm not worried about my grades. I did what I needed to do," said Ross.
But UCLA hasn't offered Ross, causing him some concern.
"If they're going to offer me, it will be when my grades check out, so I don't understand the delay," said Ross. He did though, concede that UCLA may have yet to receive the transcripts. "I think they've gotten them, but now I'm not sure," he said.
And while there have been rumblings that Ross is set to move past UCLA, he denied that was the case. "My top three right now is Oregon, Arizona and California," said Ross. "But I haven't shut the door on UCLA at all. I'm just waiting to see what they do."
Ross has already taken two official trips, to Nebraska and Oregon and will visit Arizona and Cal in early December, though the dates haven't been finalized.
"I'm going to leave that fifth visit open in case UCLA ends up offering me. If not, then Arizona State is the only other school I'm looking at," said Ross.
Ross intends to announce his decision at the Scout.com Army All-American Game in San Antonio.
"I'll pull the hat out of the bag and decide at the game," said Ross. "I'll have all of my visits done by then."
Rancho Cucamonga completed their season last weekend, and Ross put together what he felt was a good season. "I think I did pretty good. Teams didn't throw to my side as much. I took it as respect, but it messed up my stats. It had me bored," Ross said.
Ross finished the season with 67 tackles and had 4 interceptions.