UCLA is First College Game for Five-Star

Keisean Lucier-South, the #19-ranked player in the national class of 2015, was at the Rose Bowl Saturday to watch his first ever college football game...

Keisean Lucier-South is one of the elite prospects in the 2015 class and rated the No. 2 defensive end in the nation. He needs to add some size but his athleticism, motor and natural pass rushing skills are already at a very high level.

Lucier-South attended his first ever college football game this past weekend at the Rose Bowl to check out UCLA take on Nevada and came away very impressed with the Bruins.

"It was a cool experience for me," Lucier-South said. "I got to go in to the locker room before the game and that was just crazy for me. Seeing the players getting ready for the game and then going out on to the field for pre-game was all an incredible thing for me.

"The team looked great and I focused on the outside linebackers the whole game. I was watching to see how I would fit in with the defense and I think I would fit in really well. I got to catch up with Coach Ulbrich, the linebacker coach and he's a great guy and a great coach so overall, it was a really good visit."

Lucier-South said his next game day experience will be the USC- Boston College game in two weeks.

"My sister is turning one this weekend so I can't go this week," Lucier-South said. "I'm going to the Boston College game though and that should be fun. USC just offered recently so I'm excited to see the game day experience there.

"Since colleges can contact us, I've heard from a ton of schools. Just yesterday, I heard from Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Alabama, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Vanderbilt. They all messaged me on twitter and facebook and Ole Miss wants me to call them. It would be cool if they offered but we'll see how it goes, I'm just enjoying the recruiting process right now, it has been a lot of fun so far."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 16 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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