Quinn is a consensus top 10 player nationally and is rated the No. 8 player in the country in the most recent issue of Student Sports Magazine and the No. 2 shooting guard.
"She's easily the best player I've ever coached," Coach Cooper said. "She plays all five positions for us and is an incredible player. I think she'll play the two guard at UCLA and that's probably her best position in college. She can do everything- shoot, handle the ball, rebound, distribute it.
"More than that, she's a great leader and a great person. She inspires the other players on our team by how hard she works. She loves the game and has a real passion for it."
Quinn averaged 21 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots a year ago to earn All-State and Junior All-American honors. She's also a talented volleyball player but will play just basketball in college.
The commitment by Quinn has already had an impact on recruiting for the Bruins as Amanda Livingston, a 6-1 forward from Troy (Calif.) committed today to UCLA saying the decision by Quinn was a big reason for her decision.