Blake McDonald, the 6-4, 290-pound offensive tackle prospect from Danville (Calif.) San Ramon, has had a good, productive spring. He picked up an offer from UCLA in February after a good showing at the Under Armour Camp, in front of UCLA coach Angus McClure, who was able to attend the camp since his quarterback son, Hamish McClure, was participating. He also added offers from Utah and Arizona State, and he added those to offers from Cal, Oregon State to make for a pretty impressive offer list.
He unofficially visited UCLA's campus when he was in the L.A. area in February for Under Armour, and he was supposed to visit the Cal campus a few weeks later.
As a three-star, McDonald is a solid prospect, with good size and length, and good athleticism and some decent technique at this stage in his development. He has a good frame and holds about 290 now, which could easily hold more on the next level. UCLA is recruiting him as a tackle because of his length, but he could easily play inside. McDonald has spent a good deal of time around the Cal program, but we've heard UCLA is doing really well with him. He'd be a good, solid versatile part of a big UCLA offensive line class for 2018.
Check out the clips of McDonald in his senior season above.