UCLA has officially signed five-star forward Kevon Looney, one of the gems of the 2014 class.
“Kevon is one of the best players in the country in this class,” coach Steve Alford said in a statement. “He is extremely skilled and versatile. Most importantly, he’s a winner.”
The Bruins also inked Hungarian native Gyorgy Goloman, a little-known forward also sought by Davidson, Richmond and New Mexico. Alford’s statement called him “one of the best passing big men we have seen in years.”
Looney sent his national letter of intent to UCLA this morning, while Goloman did the same yesterday.
Q: For basketball, the early signing period starts this Wednesday. Any update since five-star forward Kevon Looney verballed?
A: Hungarian big man Gyorgy Goloman officially signed his letter of intent today, and Looney is expected to send his in Thursday morning. Four-star 7-footer Thomas Welsh will decide between Cal, Stanford and UCLA any day now. Justise Winslow might also make a decision by Nov. 20.
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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.