And the Bruin staff knew that they would likely be seeing some of their key commitments taking official visits to Pac-10 schools.
With the Bruins in Pullman this weekend to play Washington State, at least four of their commits will be out on official visits, two of them taking trips to Oregon and two taking visits to Arizona State.
Anthony Dye, the first commitment UCLA received, will be in Eugene this weekend, though his dad Mark told us on Thursday that he is 100% solid to the Bruins. This will be Dye's first official visit.
Dye will be joined at Autzen Stadium by Colton defensive end Damien Holmes, who will be taking his first official trip as well.
Arizona State hosts Cal on Saturday night and will welcome Dorsey safety Rahim Moore and Dominguez cornerback Aaron Hester. It will be Hester's first visit while Moore has already previously visited Georgia.