Wariboko Sets First Visit

The #10 offensive guard prospect in the nation, Josh Waiboko from Oklahoma, keeps his recruiting information close to the vest, but he has recently indicated there is one school he knows he'll visit officially...

Josh Wariboko, the 6-3, 305-pound offensive line prospect from Oklahoma City (Okla.) Casady School, recently indicated he'll officially visit UCLA this fall.

Wariboko had been verbally committed to Oklahoma for close to a year, but de-committed when the hometown Sooners hesitated to offer his younger brother, the 2015 defensive back prospect Max Wariboko.

UCLA Offensive Line Coach Adrian Klemm then went to Oklahoma -- twice -- to see Wariboko during the Spring Evaluation Period and made some very strong in-roads, and offered Max Wariboko.

Now Wariboko plans to visit UCLA November 22nd, for its big, crosstown rival game against USC. He'll also unofficially visit UCLA later this month.

According to Bob Przybylo, a writer for Sooners Illustrated, who has followed Wariboko's recruitment, UCLA is doing well with the four-star prospect: "UCLA has made a huge impression with Wariboko in a short time, and there's no doubt the Bruins are going to be a factor."

Przybylo also reported that Wariboko could take unofficial visits to both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State in the next week.


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