"It was a good feeling being there with the team and staff," said Richardson. "I liked it up there and the visit went good. I thought the campus was nice and the city was entertaining. I liked the weather too. The game day atmosphere was crazy and exciting. The meetings and everything were crazy. I talked to Coach Martin, Coach Nansen and Coach Cox the most."
"I'm not sure if I'll visit UCLA officially, but it's possible," said Richardson. "I may just take an unofficial visit to UCLA since I've been up there a bunch of times."
With two visits down, and more on the horizon, Richardson said things are wide open.
"No one is leading for me yet," said Richardson. "I have to sit down after all of my visits and then I'll decide."
Richardson has helped Los Al to a 6-1 record and was selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach in January, along with cousin Paul Richardson, from Gardena (Calif.) Serra.
"I am extremely excited and anxious to see how that goes," said Richardson.
Richardson has 25 tackles, five pass breakups, three interceptions and a sack. He's added 16 receptions for 367 yards and four touchdowns.