Jordan Lasley declares for NFL draft

Hours after Josh Rosen declared for the NFL draft, UCLA’s leading receiver joined the quarterback as redshirt junior Jordan Lasley announced his intention to forgo his senior year Wednesday night.

The Gardena Serra grad led the Bruins with 1,264 receiving yards and 69 catches in just nine games, missing four games due to suspensions. His 140.4 receiving yards per game set a UCLA record over a season and would have led the country, but he was not eligible for the national leaderboard because he didn’t play in 75 percent of his team’s games.

More on Lasley’s decision.

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Kenny Young named first-team All-Pac-12

With 101 tackles on the year, senior linebacker Kenny Young earned his first career first-team All-Pac-12 honor on Tuesday, along with second-team honors for quarterback Josh Rosen, offensive tackle Kolton Miller and safety Jaleel Wadood.

Receivers Darren Andrews and Jordan Lasley, offensive linemen Scott Quessenberry and Najee Toran and defensive lineman Jacob Tuioti-Mariner were named honorable mentions. 

More on UCLA’s all-conference performers.

A full of both All-Pac-12 teams.

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