2015 Honolulu (HI) St. Louis offensive guard Fred Ulu-Perry made his debut in the Scout 300 as the No. 12 offensive guard in the country.
For now, he's excited about the process and the offers he has.
"For Hawaii, growing up I always wanted to go to Hawaii, so that will always be an option," Ulu-Perry told FOX Sports NEXT. "Washington State, I don't know much about Washington State, but I like them, I'm looking forward to learning more about them."
Ulu-Perry is interested in West Coast and Pac-12 schools, wanting to stay close to his native Hawaii.
"I always want family to be able to watch me and be there to support me," Ulu-Perry said. "They always come to my games."
There's no real dream school for Ulu-Perry but he specifically mentioned USC as an offer he'd certainly like to pick up.
"They are always known as a powerhouse," he explained. "I like powerhouse schools and a lot of their offensive linemen went to [the NFL] and that's my all-time dream and goal."
At 6-foot-2 310-pounds, Ulu-Perry is focused on the fundamentals of his game this season at St. Louis, "I just need to stay low, sticking to my technique and really just finishing my block and sticking on my block at all times," he said.
No unofficial visits are currently on the calendar for Ulu-Perry, nor has a timeline been set for his commitment.