UCLA First to Offer Michigan Prospect

South Lake (Mich.) sophomore offensive lineman Kyonta Stallworth picked up his first offer on Tuesday...

UCLA became the first school to offer South Lake High's Kyonta Stallworth on Tuesday, and based on the 6'4, 265-lb offensive lineman's talent, they shouldn't be the last.

"I'm feeling real good," he said. "I feel humble about it, but I'm pretty happy at the same time."

The Bruins, and in particular, offensive line coach Adrian Klemm, have been in contact with Stallworth's coaches for some time now.

"The coaches have told me that they're trying to build their organization and stuff and he said they would like for me to come down there and visit the campus and stuff."

Other schools have stopped by. Recruiting rules prohibit much contact in the school, but a couple of Big Ten programs have began to show interest.

"Ohio State stopped in and Indiana was sending mail to my school, but I know Ohio State, they definitely stopped in and picked up my transcript."

Stallworth took some visits in the fall to schools like Michigan and Michigan State for games. This spring, he hopes to get out to some more schools including the aforementioned Bruins.

"Yeah, during the spring I'm going to UCLA to visit the school for their spring game."



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