I was excited when I read that UCLa was the No. 1 recruit in this class.
I didn’t realize how good it was until the recruiting site released its rankings.
UCL, a 6-foot-6, 205-pound forward, had been rated the No: 1 player in the country by Rivals and Scout and was ranked the No 2 prospect in the nation by ESPN.
I had high expectations for this class, especially given how well it had been recruiting since I first visited in May.
I had no idea that this class could be even better.
I still had a lot to learn about UCL and how he would fit into a roster with more players, but this class looked really good.UCL had been ranked No. 3 in Rivals and No. 2 in Scout, but his recruitment has taken a huge leap since I started writing about the class last month.
I figured he was still very much in the mix for a spot on the 2018-19 NBA team, but that he might be able to earn an invite.
The class is stacked, but UCL has the talent to be even more dangerous, as UCL will have at least four players on his team, including one of the best guards in the game.
Ucla, a three-star recruit in ESPN’s Top 100, is a 6’6, 225-pounder who was a second-team All-American and a consensus top-10 recruit in his final year of high school.UCLA’s first class was so stacked that the Bruins have to take an extra step to get to No. 5 in the rankings.
With the top-rated player in college basketball (No. 3), UCLA is going to be hard-pressed to get back there before the start of the 2019-20 season.
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