Lucier-South Visits UCLA Again

2015 five-star Orange (Calif.) Lutheran defensive end Keisean Lucier-South visited UCLA again last Wednesday, this time just to watch UCLA's Elite Camp...

Orange (Calif.) Lutheran defensive end Keisean Lucier-South has made himself a bit of a fixture at UCLA in recent months, this time stopping by to hang out with recruits and coaches at UCLA's Elite Camp last week.

"I really like the coaches, and I really like the vibe here, especially with Coach Mora," Lucier-South said. "The school is changing a lot (from what it used to be), so I'm really liking UCLA."

During the camp, Lucier-South spent time with Coach Jeff Ulbrich, who has taken the reins with his recruitment. Ulbrich had some high praise for the 2015 five-star.

"He said right now, I'm better than Anthony Barr when he started," Lucier-South said. "I don't believe that. Anthony's a great player. I've always respected his game."

Many players have heard that comparison from UCLA during this recruiting cycle, but Lucier-South might have the frame to back it up. He claims that he's 6'6 and 222 pounds, and looking at him, he's still fairly lean, to the point where you could expect him to easily put on 20 pounds once he enters a college program.

Lucier-South also spent some time with Bolu Olorunfunmi during the camp, who is rapidly turning into UCLA's best player recruiter, and also hung out with Russell Ude, the Georgia defensive end.

Still, all appearances and previous statements to the contrary, Lucier-South is now publicly claiming no favorites.

"I have no favorites because I put out my list," Lucier-South. "Everybody is on me right now, so it's tough. I do like UCLA though."

From everything we've heard, the Bruins are still looking good for the five-star, who would most likely play outside linebacker in UCLA's system. Lucier-South has no plans to make his decision anytime soon.

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