McKay commits to UCLA

Long Beach Poly defensive back Stan McKay made a non-binding oral commmitment Sunday to UCLA.

McKay wanted to keep his commitment quiet until he was able to inform the other schools on his list that he had chosen UCLA. He has done that over the past couple of days.

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  • The Real Househusband of OC

    Can he bulk up and play O-line?

  • amm

    he looks to be a solid DB congratulations to the young man

  • Anonymous

    classy move on his part, but on ESPN, they quote him as saying that his commitment is not 100%


    Great news for the UCLA Bruins. Coach Neuheisel needed to bring in a quality recruit on the OL and he has done it! Kudos.

    Also, it shows great character for a young man to want to notify the other schools that were recruiting him before the committment is made known to the general public. It shows that his parents knew how to raise him good.

    Best of luck to Sir McKay.


  • Anonymous

    woohoo good news for the (according to this blog) worst recruiters in the history of recruiting.

    we look forward to having you mckay, GO BRUINS!

  • Anonymous

    Perfect…just what we needed…another 3 start DB. SO FRUSTRATING!!!

  • John Henry

    OK, so he is not an OL…give the kid a break. This is his dream school. He looks to be a solid DB. This commitment could possibily sway another Poly standout, Iuta Tepa!!

    Welcome to UCLA Stan McKay!!!

  • miguelito

    I love how you dorks sweat the number of “stars” kids have. Our 2 best defensive players in the past 6 years were both only 3 “stars” (Davis and Horton)

  • Anonymous

    horton, are you serious?

  • miguelito

    yeah, you know the dude that was handling business in the Redskins Secondary this year…

  • Anonymous

    This kid is a stud and if he doesn’t switch to Colorado, will be a 3 yr starter at safety. He and Sermons are our best DB’s by far. EFF the star system.

  • Anonymous

    It’s not the stars that’s the problem. It’s that we dont need another DB. And it looks like we may lose Sermons because we are taking too many DB’s. Let’s work on another position!

  • Locoweed

    If you lose Sermons its because he doesn’t want to compete!

  • DB Recruiting U

    who’s gonna block?? Who’s gonna pass rush after Price? I just want to see one top lineman. Stars may not matter but the teams with the players with the high rankings have been the most successful in this last decade!! Horton and Davis didnt come in with the ability to play right away, thats what a 4 or 5 star player usually has going for them. RN needs to step it up

  • Anonymous

    O Line and D line needs help, but you dont turn kids like this away. He and Tepa play for a championship HS team and compete at a high level. Show me that we have turned away any quality big uglies at the expense of this kid.