As if UCLA Football doesn’t have enough problems, the Bruins’ 2018 draft class has certainly become another one for Jim Mora as two more recruits decommitted from UCLA over the weekend.
That brings the total of decommits to five, which is more than 20% of the recruiting class, since last Monday.
The latest two recruits to decommit are Kendrick Torain and Blake McDonald.
Both recruits announced their decisions on Twitter.
Much love for UCLA but After talking to my family I have decided to decommit from UCLA and to open my recruitment back up #Godsplan— Kendrick Torain Jr (@Kentorain) November 4, 2017
I’ve decomitted from UCLA. My recruitment is completely open.— Blake McDonald (@BlakeMicky) November 6, 2017
As usual, there were no reasons offered for the decisions. And, of course, it could be academic or a change of heart or something else altogether.
But, when there is a large cluster like this, it can only leave Bruin fans wondering what is going on with UCLA Football recruiting.
And, when put together with everything else that’s going on in the program, it just gives Bruin fans yet another reason beyond just the losing to want Jim Mora gone.