LOS ANGELES (AP) — UCLA’s recruiting class is led by a quarterback who’s already enrolled in Westwood.

Arizona high school star Brett Hundley headlined Bruins coach Rick Neuheisel’s list of 16 signees Wednesday. Hundley started taking classes at UCLA earlier this month, and he’ll participate in spring football.

Defensive end Sam Tai and linebacker Aaron Wallace also enrolled early at UCLA.

The Bruins apparently missed out on several high-profile recruits while dealing with a wholesale overhaul on Neuheisel’s staff. They still signed touted defensive tackle Kevin McReynolds, receiver Devin Lucien and offensive lineman Jacob Brendel.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (3)
  1. Baron Kraft says:

    Devin Lucien, a superstar receiver from Crespi High School in Encino, is as I hear, headed to UCLA. Kid had genetics and work ethics to do well in college and beyond. Has charisma, too. Will be a good rep for the school. UCLA is such a great place to be an athlete. I hope they can get a ton of talent. Go Bruins!

  2. Doubtful says:

    Neuheisel is NOT going to turn the football program around. Even with SC banned from bowl games, the Bruins continue to get rolled when it comes to getting the best recruits. Sure, the academic requirements make it difficult to get some of the recruits but the problem runs deeper than that. These kids don’t believe UCLA can get to the top of the PAC 10/12. Rick is making Dorell look like a football genius. Time to shuffle the deck again. You can blame Chow all you want. This is YOUR team Rick. No more promises and pistols that don’t fire.

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