They'll be coming and going since, during the course of one weekend, they'll try to get out to four different tournaments across the country: The Pumps in Denver; The Real Deal on the Hill in Arkansas; the Pitt Jam Fest in Pittsburgh, and the Kingwood Classic in Houston, Texas.
College coaching staffs can only have three coaches out at one time, per NCAA rules, so UCLA will be stretched to cover the four tournaments.
BRO will be just in Denver, however.
Along with us there will also be the following prospects:
Renardo Sidney, 6-9 JR C, Los Angeles Fairfax, #3 prospect in 2009
Reeves Nelson, 6-7 JR PF, Modesto (Calif.) Christian, #24 prospect in 2009, verbally committed to UCLA
Greg Smith, 6-8 JR C, Fresno (Calif.) Edison, #38 prospect in 2009
Elijah Johnson, 6-2 JR CG, Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne, #35 prospect in 2009
Anthony Stover, 6-9 JR C, La Canada (Calif.) Renaissance, #73 prospect in 2009
Robert Smith, 5-11 JR PG, Perris (Calif.) High
Others in 2009 of Interest Playing in Pumps:
Trevor Williams, 6-10 JR C, Denver (Col.) Lutheran
Victor Rudd, 6-8 JR CF, Sylmar (Calif.) High
Demetrius Walker, 6-3 JR SG, San Juan Capistrano (Calif.) Serra
Eric Lawton, 6-1 JR CG, Hemet (Calif.) West Valley
Kawhi Leonard, 6-6 JR SF, Riverside (Calif.) King
Kendall Williams, 6-2 CG, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos. Verbally committed to UCLA
Tyler Lamb, 6-4 SG, Ontario (Calif.) Colony
George Matthews, 6-6 SF, Phoenix (Ariz.) St. Mary's
Allen Crabbe, 6-3 SG, Los Angeles Price
Matt Carlino, 6-1 PG, Gilbert (Ariz.) Highland
Kyle Caudill, 6-10 C, Brea (Calif.) Brea-Olinda
Angelo Chol, 6-7 PF, San Diego (Calif.) Hoover
In the other events, UCLA coaches will more than likely get out to see:
Lance Stephenson, 6-6 JR SF, #3 prospect for 2009
Xavier Henry, 6-5 JR SG, #4 prospect for 2009
Daniel Orton, 6-9 JR C, #10 prospect for 2009
Stephan Van Treese, 6-9 PF, #36 prospect for 2009
DaShonte Riley, 6-10 C, #15 prospect for 2009
**Brendan Lane, the 6-8 JR PF from Rocklin (Calif.) High, is not playing this spring due to a sprained ankle.