In less than a week, UCLA has landed two of the nation’s top JUCO prospects. Tackle Jermaine Eluemunor visited Westwood this weekend and committed before he left, joining fellow four-star recruit Dominick Jackson as the Bruins’ newest commits.
Offensive line coach Adrian Klemm continues to solidify his reputation as one of the country’s best recruiters after landing a seven-man class in February, this time pulling Eluemunor all the way from Lackawanna C.C. in Pennsylvania to bolster the class of 2014.
The presence of All-American Xavier Su’a-Filo also helped convince the 6-foot-6, 300-pounder to pick UCLA over the likes of Alabama, Arkansas, Ohio State and USC.
From what I heard, he’s really good, and it’d be great to learn from him because he’s one of the best linemen in the country. Just to play next to him and learn from him while I’m playing, that’s cool too. I’m a quick learner, but then to have someone with the amount of experience he has and the amount of talent he has playing next to me will make me a better player.”
Assuming the bevy of 2013 recruits develops, the Bruins will have a stunning amount of talent to work with in the trenches a year from now. Their primary remaining O-line target now is Demetrius Knox, Rivals.com’s top-rated guard.