Freshman QB Aaron Sharp makes first appearance after rules violation

UCLA true freshman quarterback Aaron Sharp made his first appearance in Southern California on Tuesday. The three-star recruit from Humble, Texas was expected to remain home until Aug. 31 due to rules violations, but jogged onto the sideline an hour and a half after practice began on Tuesday.

The 6-3, 190-pound dual-threat quarterback, who was originally committed to Kansas State before flipping to the Bruins in January, flew in from Houston but not in time to participate in any drills Tuesday.

Fellow freshmen Jordan Lasley and Dwight Williams debuted on Monday night.

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  • VB

    I was just about to give Wang props for his hard work today,acknowledging the numerous, thorough posts. the most we have seen all camp… Then I noticed that his fill-in worked today. No wonder the coverage was so great. So, props to you, Clay.

    • UCLA Bleauz

      Clay knows what’s up……UT grad……

  • Elliot Levinson

    Clay, we all appreciate your report on Aaron Sharp but you made it sound like Aaron committed some rules violation. There was no rules violation. The NCAA only allows 105 players to go to training camp during this period. With the losses of 3 players for the duration of camp, Ucla was allowed to bring in 3 more players. Lasley & Williams were in L.A. so they came in the next day. Sharp had to fly in from Texas so he came in a day later.