"All my questions were answered this weekend. I found out how everything works for the incoming freshman," said Westbrook.
Westbrook went into his official with specific questions about the Bruins offense.
" I talked with the offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone and head coach Jim Mora, who said they will bring in a pro-style and spread offense," explained Westbrook. "They pretty much want me to play guard, which I feel good about. I will also have a chance to get in at tackle, but that they want me to play where I feel most comfortable."
Westbrook was hosted by sophomore tight end, John Young.
"John was a great host, I had a chance to see the campus and get a sense for the community," said Westbrook. "I had a really good time. I feel really comfortable now, after having an up close and personal view of everything. I am really looking forward to being a Bruin."
After a wonderful weekend in Westwood, Westbrook discussed his loyalty to the Bruins.
"I am 200% committed or whatever the highest percentage is that you can be, that is what I am," proclaimed Westbrook. " My favorite thing about UCLA is all the changes in their program and all they are trying to accomplish. Also their mindset for the future, it's a cool thing to be apart of."