UCLA's No. 1 quarterback target who they'd love to see get his recruitment over with soon. We've heard UCLA is leading, but with some big recent national offers, he might take a while, at least through summer so he can make some visits, before he decides.
The nation's No. 1 tight end prospect is close with Thompson-Robinson and they say they're a package, and they've privately said UCLA is the place getting the package for a while. Like his package counterpart Thompson-Robinson, Jordan is getting national offers now so we'll see if UCLA can hold onto the duo.
He's evolved quickly into one of UCLA's top linebacker targets for 2018. We've heard that he almost certainly won't follow his brother Lamar Winston to Oregon, and UCLA is shaping up to be the favored place.
The linebacker/wide receiver committed to linebacker coach Scott White on his visit Saturday.
The nation's No.20-ranked offensive tackle isn't in town for The Opening, but stopped by earlier in the week. He's a big target for UT and other in-state programs, but it's a good sign that he visited UCLA on his spring break on his own dime.