Karl Dorrell picks up another commitment - this time from a LBer, a position Bruins badly need to fill up with good players. From the Daily News:
Sloan, who will be a senior in the fall, said he attended UCLA's one-day camp Sunday, and received an offer afterward. He gave Bruins coach Karl Dorrell a non-binding oral commitment less than 24 hours later.
"The way (UCLA) runs its system, their linebackers basically have a lot of freedom," said the 6-foot-3, 230-pound Sloan. "We can run all over, all we want."
Sloan, who also plays running back for the Monarchs, recorded 133 tackles and had two sacks as a junior. He also had an offer from Cal.
Shifting gear to another sport looks like Coach Savage will have to keep an eye on the MLB draft happenings just like Coach Howland is doing right now with the NBA one. Bruins have some young hurlers on the team who may already be pro material. Dave Huff is one of them per the LA Times: