Jermaine Eluemunor commits to UCLA: Bruins land top JUCO tackle recruit

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The Bruins added another blue-chip junior college player on Monday.

UCLA landed a commitment from consensus four-star junior college offensive tackle prospect Jermaine Eluemunor on Monday morning, according to Scout recruiting analyst Brandon Huffman. The Lackawanna Community College (Pa.) product also received interest from Alabama, Ohio State, USC, Florida State, Oklahoma, Penn State and Texas A&M, among other BCS programs.

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Eluemunor, who stands 6'6 and weighs 300 pounds, is one of the best junior college players in the 2014 class and the top prospect at his position in the estimation of 247Sports. Scout and Rivals both rate him as a four-star player as well. He reportedly visited UCLA over the weekend, and that apparently was enough to seal the deal for the Bruins.

Eluemunor is the fourth player to join UCLA's 2014 class, and the second four-star junior college offensive lineman to do so.

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