A pair of top recruits - one still deciding, one hypothetically committed to the Bruins - will take visits to UCLA this weekend, as Kylie Fitts and Myles Jack are supposed to take official trips to the campus.
Fitts, a four-star defensive end had been committed to the other southern California team until the last minute, but USC pulled his spring semester scholarship, and Fitts decommitted. With his recruitment reopened, Fitts scheduled trips to UCLA and Notre Dame. He's still considering USC alongside those two schools. The 6'4, 260-pounder from Redlands, California is considered one of the ten best at his position in the country.
Jack, a four-star outside linebacker considered No. 4 in the country at his position by Scout, has been committed to Jim Mora's squad since June, but that hasn't stopped him from taking a full slate of visits. The 6-foot-2, 230-pounder has checked out Utah and Arizona State, and has trips planned to his home state school of Washington as well as Florida State. That said, Bruins Nation believes he's firmly committed and is just reassuring himself he wants to go to UCLA.
Also making the trip is Tahaan Goodman, a four-star safety out Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) High School. He's also strongly considering LSU, Oklahoma and USC. Joining him will be Priest Willis, another four-star safety from Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza High School.