The group will do it together at 7:00 p.m., at Athletic Republic, a training facility in Ontario.
Bruin Report Online will be there in person for the announcements, so we'll report it immediately and have video of the announcements as well as interviews.
It's interesting that wide receiver Damian Alloway, from Fontana Summit, was also going to announce with his 7-on-7 teammates but backed out of announcing. It's believed that he just wasn't prepared to make a public decision.
Here's a look at the three UCLA prospects announcing, and a feel for which way their announcements could go today.
Toailoa is the highest rated player in the group coming in at No. 69 in the Scout 100. He's one of the nation's top inside 'backer recruits and has a nice combination of size, toughness, hitting ability and better athleticism than given credit for.
He recently cut his list to a final seven of Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA, USC, Utah and Washington. In that group, the only school he has visited are the two local schools and it's tough to imagine he'll pick a college he has never visited.
If it comes down to UCLA and USC, that's a very tough call. In the last few days, we've heard both UCLA and USC. Toailoa grew up a USC fan but seemed to be favoring UCLA most of the last year.
USC has picked things up recently and we know there are some in his family very high on the Trojans. The feeling is that Toailoa would have to defy his parents somewhat to knock pick USC. Right now, it looks too close to call.
It will be interesting to see if Toailoa completely shuts down his recruitment after the announcement or takes a few trips. Notre Dame and Oregon are two schools he has mentioned prominently in the past and told us just a few weeks in Las Vegas for the Pylon 7v7 tournament that he planned to visit both at some point.
The 'backer will be an early graduate and can enroll in the spring at his school of choice.
For UCLA, having gotten a big commitment from his 7-on-7 teammate, Krys Barnes, is significant here. First, after UCLA missed on inside linebackers in 2016, getting Barnes this early was huge for UCLA's linebacker recruiting. If it then got Toailoa, it would have secured its two future inside linebackers, and gotten it done early in the recruiting process. It would quite a coup for new UCLA Linebackers Coach Scott White. It's significant, too, since, like we said, Barnes and Toailoa are 7-on-7 teammates and close, so Barnes' decision could impact Toailoa's.
Here's an interview Scout did with Toailoa over the weekend.