Craig Lee scores qualifying ACT

Running back Craig Lee has received an ACT score that qualifies him to attend UCLA, according to Edward Lewis of BruinSportsReport. The four-star recruit probably won’t make too much of a dent in the Bruins’ backfield committee this upcoming season, but his arrival bodes well for the position’s future. The 6-foot, 188-pound back rushed for 20 touchdowns and over 1,700 yards as a senior, and was rated top-25 nationally at his position by

And early UCLA commit, Lee had decided not to sign his letter of intent until qualifying test scores arrived.

Share this post:Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on RedditShare on TumblrShare on LinkedInEmail this to someonePrint this page
  • Another Dr. in training.

    • NonAlumBruin

      Excellent avatar, Joe. Too bad your comments don’t achieve that level of dignity.

      • Nor does your uni

        • maze949

          Says the drunk, UCLA-rejected loser. Whine on!

          • Did you learn that at your AA meeting? Impressive.

    • Marc

      Drunk again with nothing better to do. LOL

  • Sam C

    Welcome to the bruin family young man. We expect great things from you

  • That’s great to hear, but how is he supposed to stay academically eligible at an intensive school like UCLA if he can barely pass his SAT/ACT? Unless he decides to become an art major of course…Jack, do you know the GPA required to maintain eligibility?