The long-armed shot-blocker also received an offer from Arizona State.
It's a significant development for Stover. UCLA Head Coach Ben Howland had watched Stover throughout the first portion of the July evaluation period and there were rumors that the Bruins could offer. Stover has visited UCLA's campus a couple of times, and it's believed the Bruins would be at the top of his list if they offered.
The second half of the July evaluation period begins July 22nd with three big simultaneous tournaments in Las Vegas.
UCLA will, obviously, push to get commitments out of Stover and Tyler Honeycutt, the 6-7 small forward from Sylmar that the Bruins also offered on Monday.