Nov 15, 2013; Pasadena, CA, USA; General view of the Rose Bowl before the NCAA football game between the Washington Huskies and the UCLA Bruins. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA Football: The Current List Of Bruin Commits

In trying to keep you up to date Bruin news, we here at GJB want to make sure you know every last detail about UCLA Football Recruiting! We will be giving you UPDATES on everything leading up to National Signing Day. Here is the list of current UCLA commits for the 2014 class. This page will be continually UPDATED all the way through NSD.

Name, Pos., Hometown (School), Height, Weight, Rating Per Recruiting

Matt Dickerson, DE, San Mateo, CA (Junipero Serra), 6’5″, 260 lbs., 4-star

Denzel Fisher, CB, Compton, CA (Centennial), 6’2″, 170 lbs., 3-star

Cameron Griffin, MLB, Los Angeles, CA (View Park), 6’3″, 210 lbs., 3-star

Jordan Lasley, WR, Gardena, CA (Junipero Serra), 6’2″, 180 lbs., 3-star

Kolton Miller, OT, Roseville, Ca (Roseville), 6’8″, 280 lbs., 3-star

Adarius Pickett, CB, El Cerrito, CA (El Cerrito),  6’0″, 185 lbs., 4-star

Austin Roberts, WR, Carmel, IN (Carmel), 6’2″, 221 lbs., 4-star

Ron Robinson, S, Corona, CA (Santiago), 6’2″, 195 lbs., 3-star

Aaron Sharp, QB, Houston, TX (Summer Creek), 6’3″, 190 lbs., 3-star

Nathan Starks, RB, Englewood, CO (Cherry Creek), 6’0″, 190 lbs., 4-star

Ainuu Taia, DT, Lompoc, CA (Lompoc), 6’1″, 270 lbs., 4-star

Najee Toran, C, Galena Park, TX (North Shore), 6’3″, 258 lbs., 3-star

Jacob Tuioti-Mariner, DE, Bellflower, CA (St. John Bosco), 6’4″, 265 lbs., 4-star

Alex Van Dyke, WR, Elk Grove, CA (Cosumnes Oaks), 6’4″, 210 lbs., 4-star

Jaleel Wadood, S, Bellflower, CA (St. John Bosco), 5’11″, 170 lbs., 4-star

Zach Whitley, MLB, Galena Park, TX (North Shore), 6’2″, 220 lbs., 4-star

Dwight Williams, OLB, Gardena, CA (Junipero Serra), 6’1″, 212 lbs., 3-star

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  • queso_fresko

    Wow no 5 stars!!!! Or ESPN top 20! Bunch of avg kids!

    • Mike W.R.

      I guarantee you, these are no “average” kids.

    • Jonathan Taylor

      And yet, 18 freshman last year(1 a 5-star) and still only had 3 loses… and two were because of game planning and all three loses were to top 15 programs… I really don’t think stars make your team what they are, because if so. Tennessee would be better and Texas A&M wouldn’t have such a bad defense with all them 5 stars right? Or how about Georgia???? #TryHarderNextTime