Three-star defensive tackle Bryce English commits to UCLA

UCLA has landed its first defensive line recruit of 2015.

Three-star tackle Bryce English announced his verbal commitment to the Bruins Monday night on Dallas’ Fox 4 station, adding another piece to a young, talented unit. UCLA already enters this upcoming season with seven freshman and sophomore defensive linemen, including star nose tackle Kenny Clark.

Rated the 22nd-best tackle in the country by, the 5-foot-11, 318-pound English was a Class 5A defensive honorable mention and the 7-5A District defensive MVP. He helped DeSoto High to the state semifinal, and was also invited to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

“It’s a great fit for me, defensive-wise,” English said of UCLA during his announcement. “I love the coaches. Coach (Angus) McClure, great D-line coach. I talked it over with my family right after I left UCLA. I just knew from there it was a great fit coming in. Being in Los Angeles, it’s a great city.”

He chose the Bruins over three other hats he had on the table: TCU, Arkansas and Arizona State. He had verbally committed to Texas in March 2013, when Mack Brown was still the Longhorns’ head coach, but decommitted in April.

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  • UCLA owns LA Football

    Welcome aboard Bryce, you made great choice.

  • drakejr

    Very nice. There are only 15 spots in this class and it will be full up soon enough.

    • Danny

      How many spots are left?

      • drakejr

        I think we are up to 11 commits so far. Of course, some will change schools (these are verbals after all), some will grey shirt and we may have a few spots open up at the end of the season, but for now, 4 spots open.

        • Trogan Fan

          Mora will take 20-22 in this class. Book it.

  • VB


  • hey where’s NOBS?? he still missing??

    thought i could bank on some racist comments from him on this post.