A big night by Donovan Lee, which included five touchdowns, helped the Eagles rally to beat Notre Dame. Just days after UCLA offered him, Brad Kaaya was 16-for-29 for 212 yards despite playing with an injury. Sophomore Dymond Lee caught seven passes for 102 yards.
St. John Bosco def. Crenshaw, 75-35
Playing in his first game in a few weeks, Josh Rosen was 12-for-21 for 223 yards and five touchdowns in a rout by the Braves. Shay Fields had six receptions for 112 yards and three touchdowns.
El Cerrito def. Richmond Salesian, 40-14
El Cerrito, behind UCLA commit, routed Salesian by 26, thanks to a touchdown run and an interception by Pickett, as well as a blocked field goal he returned for a score.
Carmel (Ind.) def. Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central, 21-15
Carmel rallied to beat Warren Central, thanks to a 21-yard catch by UCLA verbal Austin Roberts on a 4th and 20 in the final minute. Roberts caught eight passes for 130 yards.
El Dorado Union Mines vs. Elk Grove Cosumnes Oaks
UCLA defensive line coach Angus McClure and receivers coach Eric Yarber got to see Alex Van Dyke, who will be visiting UCLA this weekend, catch six passes for 91 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Auburn (Ala.) def. Montgomery (Ala.) Carver , 38-20
UCLA commit Antreal Allen had two pass breakups and a fumble recovery and UCLA target Rashaan Evans had three sacks, three forced fumbles and a pass break up.
Chandler (Ariz.) def. Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton, 26-16
Doing something Brett Hundley, or any previous Chandler team, couldn't do, Chandler beat archrival Hamilton for the first time ever. UCLA commit Dionte Sykes had four catches for 44 yards, including the go-ahead touchdown with 13 seconds left (Chandler would return an interception for a score at the close of the game). UCLA recruit Bryce Perkins was 14-for-24 for 134 yards including the winning touchdown pass to Sykes.
Other UCLA Targets in Action
Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch offensive lineman Kammy Delp beat Hacienda Heights (Calif.) Los Altos, 34-13.
UCLA Targets & Commits With Byes
Gardena Serra with everyone, Corona Santiago with Ron Robinson and Blake Barnett, Fresno Central with Michiah Quick and Tashon Smallwood, Oakley Freedom with Joe Mixon, Lompoc with Ainuu Taua and Corona Centennial with Barry Ware and Tre Watson have a bye.