UCLA Basketball: 5 Conclusions About Bruins' 2013 Class

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UCLA Basketball: 5 Conclusions About Bruins' 2013 Class
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UCLA's three-player 2013 recruiting class has not had a seal put on it, and the Bruins may still be in the running for another post to fill out the roster, but the players who have committed are bringing specific skill sets with them to Westwood.  

From those attributes, certain conclusions can be drawn as to what the typical fan and follower of the team might expect to see from the baby Bruins next season.     

Larry Drew II will graduate out of the point guard position, and Shabazz Muhammad is essentially locked into the NBA Draft, but the rest of the roster can reasonably be expected to return.   

This is an evaluation of where the new players, Allerik Freeman, Zach Lavine and Noah Allen will fit into the roster and rotation, and how they might be projected to contribute to the 2013-2014 season. 

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