UCLA lands first 2014 basketball recruit

After whiffing on several point guards and losing former four-star commitment Trevon Bluiett, UCLA finally has one name on its 2014 recruiting board. The newest Bruin is 6-foot-10 forward Gyorgy Goloman, a Hungarian native who will make his United States high school debut this season in Florida. Scout.com first reported the news.

Goloman has a three-star rating on Scout.com, but is not rated on Rivals.com. He had offers from New Mexico, Richmond and Davidson.

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  • Mark

    I don’t trust foreigners…

    • Bigwoof1

      Yeah, Luc Richard and George Zidek really were poor for us.

  • RoycePowell

    Alford should make him our PG then all the talk about recruiting a PG will stop…So excited we stole a recruit from New Mexico..our new hire if finally paying off!!

  • Sam C

    Glad the kid wants to be a bruin. Hope he has a great career here. I suspect most bruin fans expected to see a bigger impact from coach Alford by now