More Lamb

Colony High of Ontario guard (we’re talking hoops, here) Tyler Lamb actually committed to UCLA last week, but the family asked for it to be kept quiet until the other schools could be notified. The family broke the silence about it when I spoke with Lamb’s dad, Terry, a few hours ago.
“Yes, Tyler was offered by UCLA and he committed on the 25th (of August),” Terry said.
Terry Lamb added his son, a class of 2010 recruit, committed now because he always wanted to go to UCLA. Since Bruins coach Ben Howland offered the scholarship earlier this month, Tyler decided to move ahead with his dream school, Terry said.
I will have more on the commitment in Monday’s paper.

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Lamb commits

Colony High of Ontario shooting guard Tyler Lamb, a class of 2010 recruit, has committed to UCLA. I just got off the phone with his father, Terry, and he confirmed it. I will have more in a little while.

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Hoopster on the gridiron

Forgot to mention this a few times, but I will now. UCLA basketball commit Reeves Nelson, a power forward out of Modesto Christrian High, went out for the football team. From what I’ve heard, he is a tight end/defensive end.

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Limited awe

Quarterback Kevin Craft is making his first start for UCLA, but he has played in front of big crowds and he isn’t a newbie when it comes to college football.
In fact, Craft’s first career start came in the stadium where is he scheduled to make his second start as a Bruin. He completed 20 of 32 passes for 216 yards and an interception in a 47-17 loss at BYU.
UCLA travels to BYU’s 64,000-seat LaVell Edwards Stadium to play Sept. 13.

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Craft on the Vols

UCLA quarterback Kevin Craft said he’s watched plenty of film of Tennessee’s defense, and said the athleticism of the defense stands out.
“They’re returning everybody and they’ve got really good players up front,” Craft said. “They’re linebackers can move and they have one safety (Berry), he’s really good. He’ll come up and hit you and he also had some interceptions.”
Craft said he hasn’t seen much blitzing from the Vols defense in film he watched.
“They just kind of played their sets,” Craft said. “It’ll be a good test for us.”

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