Jaylen Brown, the nation's #1 prospect, has dropped UCLA from consideration, according to multiple sources.
Brown, the 6-6 small forward from Marietta (Georgia) Wheeler, had narrowed down his list to Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kentucky, California, North Carolina, Michigan and UCLA.
Brown is getting close to announcing his choice and, while there still isn't any kind of accurate read on which school Brown will choose, it leaked out over the weekend that he did eliminate UCLA.
The Bruins were thought to be the leader last summer, when he indicated it privately to many sources. Brown's recruitment has been so difficult to get a bead on that it was even thought recently UCLA was seriously in it for him.
It's uncertain if UCLA will try to sign another recruit to the 2015 class after missing on Brown.
UCLA's 2015 recruiting class, as it stands, includes: