March 15, 2024

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UCLA Basketball: Where Bruins’ Recruiting Class Ranks Among Fellow Pac-12 Teams

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UCLA Basketball: Where Bruins' Recruiting Class Ranks Among Fellow Pac-12 Teams

Over the years, the UCLA Bruins have continued to sign a number of promising young players, and things will likely be no different in 2023. Starting 6’10” Devin Williams, who is completing a distinguished high school career at Centennial, he will be a nice lob threat in pick-and-roll situations and will defend the rim. Given that he achieved national success at Centennial, he comes from a winning culture.

Because he can play both guard positions and be ranked as the 67th best player in the country by coming out of high school, Sebastian Mack will also make an immediate difference. He went to Coronado, and despite being only about 6’3″, his athleticism and speed will give the Bruins a good option in the backcourt.

Alongside him, a 6’6 shooting guard named IIane Fibleuil will likely provide some excellent floor spacing and shot creation. Brandon Williams, a native of New York, will strengthen the forward position alongside Devin Williams after graduating from Christ the King high school.

All told, Lazar Stefanovic, who will be transferring in, and about five other elite prospects have committed to UCLA. UCLA came in at number three, just behind USC and Oregon, in the most recent 2023 Recruit Pac-12 Basketball Team Rankings.


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