UCLA gets their first commit of the class of 2007, from a school that they have been having great success at the past few years, when Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw DT Brian Price gave the coaches a verbal at the Spring Game.
Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw defensive tackle Brian Price
(6-3, 270), ended his recruitment early, committing to UCLA
on Saturday at the Bruins' Spring Scrimmage.
Price, who also had offers from USC, Arizona and California, became the Bruins first commitment of the class of 2007.
An all-City section pick, and the Defensive Player of the Year in the Coliseum League, Price had an outstanding junior year, recording 117 tackles, including 22 sacks.
Price is teammate's with running back Raymond Carter, the coveted tailback who was offered by the Bruins in February.
Here are clips from Price's Junior Year at Crenshaw, which he helped lead the Cougars to the L.A. City Championship.
Brian Price Highlights