NBC Sports is reporting that Gyorgy Goloman, a 6-9 center originally from Hungary who is playing high school basketball in Florida has committed to play basketball at UCLA. Since the decommitment of Trevon Bluiett (thought to be a lock for the Bruins given his connection to UCLA assistant coach Ed Schilling), Goloman is the only commitment to the new staff with just a few weeks to go before players many sign their national letters of intent on November 13.
NBC's report quotes Scout's Evan Daniels, who first reported the news.
Goloman had been receiving mostly mid-major recruiting interest, with offers from the Davidson, Richmond and New Mexico, according to Scout.
Much of the reporting is behind firewalls at the moment. From what I can gather, Goloman is like many European big men: very thin but possessing some good skills.
UPDATE: Here is a video I found of Goloman, posted last month:
Gyorgy Goloman - 6'9" PF/C (1996) (via Levente Szabó)