Now that the disappointment of another anticlimactic postseason run for UCLA has dissipated, it’s time for the Bruins to look forward to the promise of the future.
While UCLA’s incoming freshman class is certainly not of the caliber of its No. 2-ranked 2012 class—which included top recruits Shabazz Muhammad and Kyle Anderson—the Bruins have a few talented freshmen lined up.
Although the one-and-done era of college basketball has made it difficult for programs to hold premier players past their freshman or sophomore seasons, the Bruins have a solid core group of returning sophomores in Kyle Anderson and Jordan Adams, and seniors David and Travis Wear.
Let’s take a look at which high school prospects will be putting on a Bruins jersey in the fall.