Announcements for UCLA's Remaining Targets -- Updated

Jan. 30 -- UCLA has about 10 2017 targets remaining uncommitted on its board, and here's when we can expect them to make their commitment over the next few days...

Monday, 8:00 a.m. PST

You'd like to think there's some optimism here since he just came off his official UCLA visit, but it's more a case that he knows where he wants to go and now, having completed his visits, wants to get the announcement done -- and that's an announcement for Stanford. 

Update 8:02 a.m.: Wedington announced for Stanford. 

But let's give Wedington some props.  In his commitment video, that's actually him snowboarding:

Monday, 8:30 a.m. PST

We've heard that UCLA didn't probably have a spot for Fields after taking five commitments from defensive backs.  But we're listing him here in the off-chance because we know UCLA was his favorite coming out of his official visit just recently. 

Update 8:35 a.m.: Fields announced for Arizona State.

Monday or Tuesday

McNeal said last week he anticipated he'd be ready to announce his decision today or tomorrow. He visited UCLA on the 20th, and Florida Atlantic this last weekend. He's been considered a silent commitment to UCLA for a while, so it'd be a huge upset if Florida Atlantic snuck in there.

Monday or Tuesday

It's pretty clear he'll make it public for UCLA, after visiting UCLA last weekend and then decommitting from Boise State. It will probably happen in the next couple of days. 

Update 12:00 1/30: Seaward was offered by hometown ASU, and that could change things. Here's the story: ASU Offers Seaward


National Signing Day Announcements

The USC verbal officially visited UCLA last weekend. We don't expect anything definitive on his choice until he signs the National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.

It's probably the biggest nail-biter left for UCLA 2017 recruiting. Zabié was heavily leaning to UCLA after his official visit the previous weekend, but visited hometown Texas this last weekend, and all indications are for the Longhorns at this point. Announcement time: 5:00 a.m. PST

He visited Florida State last weekend, and also left on his list are UCLA, USC and Florida. We had heard it was between USC and Florida, but it will be interesting to see if the brewing recruiting scandal at Florida has any impact on Jones' decision.  We haven't heard any buzz about UCLA with Jones, and UCLA offered other linebackers at the last minute last week, so all indications are for USC.

UCLA offered him last week but he didn't have a chance to visit UCLA officially. He tweeted out he'll choose between UCLA, Ole Miss and Mississippi State on NSD, two schools he did officially visit, so we have to think UCLA Is the darkhorse here.  Announcement time: 6:00 a.m. PST

He was the surprise visitor from last weekend.  The four-star wide receiver is committed to Washington and picked up an offer from the Bruins on Friday when he arrived for his visit. Jones visited UCLA last spring and attended a practice, but didn't get a whole lot of attention. When the Bruins were in Provo during the season, assistant coach Demetrice Martin saw Jones in action but was primarily at that game to check out the opposing team's star, safety Chaz Ah You.  Jones appears to be very solid to the Huskies.  He landed an offer from Ohio State shortly after a great week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and that didn['t budge him from his Washington commitment. We'll see if the trip was anything more than just a pre-Signing Day trip to Los Angeles, and we don't expect to hear anything on Jones until he signs his NLI.

The defensive back UCLA is still remotely recruiting is Lenoir. Well, put it this way, they'd accept his NLI at this point. But everything we've heard is that he's going elswhere, either Oregon or USC and probably Oregon.

Thompson was supposed to unofficially visit UCLA last weekend, since he had used up all of his official visits. We've heard the Bruins were a longshot for him, and that his probable destination was Nebraska -- but we'll see if the UCLA unofficial visit dented that at all. 

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