From a source in Arizona, Innes will drive to Los Angeles with his family, to see UCLA's campus and attend the UCLA/Oregon game.
Innes is probably one of the more under-rated OL prospects in the west. Currently ranked the #39 offensive tackle nationally by Scout.com, many of the programs recruiting him project him as an interior lineman, possessing very good quickness.
He has scholarship offers from UCLA, California, Stanford, Arizona State, Nebraska, Washington, Colorado and many more.
We've also heard from Scout.com sources in the South that JaWuan James, the 6-6, 285-pound offensive tackle prospect from Suwanee (Georgia) North Gwinnett, intends to officially visit UCLA the weekend of October 17th. James, the #12-ranked offensive tackle in the country, has also shown high interest in Georgia and Tennessee. UCLA, from what we hear, has a decent shot at James, especially if the official visit goes well. UCLA will play Cal that weekend.
Defensive tackle Terry Talbott and his brother, cornerback Terrence Talbott, are verbally committed to Michigan, but they've told sources they intend to officially visit UCLA for the Cal game weekend.
Terry Talbot, who is 6-3 and 265, is the #37-ranked DT in the nation, while his brother, the 5-10, 175-pound Terrence, is the #95-ranked cornerback.
There is still a chance that Lache Seastrunk, the #2-ranked running back in the country from Temple (Tex.) High, could officially visit October 17th.
Cullen Christian, the #3-ranked cornerback in the nation from Pittsburgh (Penn.) Penn Hills, is definitely taking an official visit that weekend.