"I didn't commit, but UCLA has offered me and they're high on my list now," said Love. "I'd say my top three are UCLA, Arizona and Cal."
Junior safety Chris Horton was Love's host on his official visit to UCLA.
"We're kind of a like," said Love. "He's a real cool guy. I talked with some of the other players, too."
Love also met with the UCLA coaching staff, specifically meeting with defensive backs coach Gary DeLoach and defensive coordinator DeWayne Walker.
"I talked with both of them and they both want me to play safety," said Love. "They both are great coaches and I really like them. I also talked with Coach Dorrell. We talk all the time and I really like Coach Dorrell a lot. He's a great person."
Next month, Love will host Dorrell and Walker for an in-home visit. Tight ends coach John Wristen has already met with Love at his home.
"U of A, UCLA and Cal the main three," said Love. "I'm looking to make my decision after the last two trips."
Hamilton finished the year 13-1, winning the state championship by knocking off Mountain View. This year, Love recorded over 100 tackles, ten interceptions (one for a touchdown), two knockdowns and blocked three field goals.
In the state title game win over Mountain View, he had two interceptions, blocked a field goal and recovered a fumble.
An outstanding student, Love has a 3.83 GPA and is fully qualified.