UCLA has received signed National Letters of Intent from 5-star center Moses Brown and 4-star point guard Tyger Campbell. Wednesday was the first day of the regular signing period.
Brown and Campbell join Jules Bernard, Kenneth Nwuba and David Singleton, who all signed in the fall of 2017, as incoming freshman. The only member of UCLA’s recruiting class yet to submit a NLI is 4-star forward Shareef O’Neal, the son of NBA Hall-of-Famer Shaquille O’Neal.
UCLA announces it has received letters of intent from Moses Brown and Tyger Campbell.
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Brown, a 7-foot-2 and 240-pound center, played at Archbishop Molloy High School in New York and is rated as the No. 21 prospect in the country by 247 Sports.
“Moses is an incredibly talented player who carries a great demeanor,” Alford said, per a school press release. “He’s a humble, hard-working young man who wants to get better, and he comes to us from a tradition-rich program at Archbishop Molloy High School. We believe he has a tremendous future. You just don’t see young guys very often with the size, length and ability that Moses has. We’re looking forward to watching him develop in our program, and we’re confident that he will be a difference maker right away.”
Campbell, a 5-foot-11 point guard, is rated as high as the No. 72 player in the 2018 class by 247Sports.
“Tyger has really impressed us, both with his ability to see the court and as a playmaker,” Alford said. “We like him because he’s a winner and brings an unselfish attitude, and we think he will really add to our team’s backcourt. Tyger really understands how to run a team, and he plays the game the right way. We are looking forward to having him join our team this summer.”
The Bruins currently have the No. 4 ranked recruiting class in the country and No. 2 in the Pac-12, per 247 Sports.