Hey everybody, after the recent commits to the UCLA secondary, I am creating a part three: revised edition. Without further ado, here is the revised edition of the Top UCLA Targets Most Likely to Commit.
1. Isaac Savaiinaea; ILB: The Punahou School, Honolulu, HI All directions seem to be pointing to the Bruins after Savaiinaea's recruiter, Brian Polian, from Texas A&M took the head coaching job at Nevada. In a report by MaxPreps on Savaiinaea, they predict he will commit to the Bruins because of Texas A&M stacked class with linebackers, and that UCLA is much closer to home. You can read the story at this URL. Anways, looks like a no-brainer for the Bruins.
2. Cornelius Elder; ATH: The Ensworth School, Ensworth, TN A safety and running back, Elder has narrowed his list to Ohio State, UCLA,Vanderbilt, and Auburn University. I believe that the second on his list, behind UCLA, is Vanderbilt because he grew up about a mile from the campus, he is very familiar with it. In the end, though, I believe he will go to UCLA because of the open spot at the running back position.
3. Devon Allen; WR: Brophy Prep, Pheonix, AZ UCLA has been on the top of his list for awhile now, but Oregon recently offered him this past week. Even though that is a tempting offer, I believe he will go to UCLA, because they have been after him for a long time.
4. Kylie Fitts; DE: Redlands East Valley, Redlands, CA A decommit from USC (YEAH!!!), Fitts recently took a visit to Westwood and expressed his excitement on twitter. He said that he loved the campus and the hotel. Another plus is that his sister attends UCLA, and his family has a very reputable relationship with many of the staff and coaches at UCLA. Seems that he's going to UCLA.
Well that said, if all four commit to the Bruins come signing day, I believe that UCLA's recruiting class (#10 in 247sports and rivals, #12 in ESPN) will go to the Top 10. GO BRUINS!!!! -MJFurman16
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