UCLA’s Bret Lockett, a former Diamond Bar High star, is expected to be suspended for UCLA’s season opener against Tennessee at the Rose Bowl on Sept. 1.
Former Diamond Bar High School football star, projected to start at strong safety for UCLA this fall, is expected to be suspended for the Bruins’ season opener against Tennessee at the Rose Bowl on Sept. 1 after violating the team’s academic policy.
Lockett, a former All-Area player, has 21 tackles in three seasons as the team’s No. 2 strong safety the past two seasons.
He will be allowed to participate in training camp in August and in practice and will be eligible for UCLA’s road game against Brigham Young on Sept. 13.