UCLA Football Recruiting 2012: Jordan Payton Reportedly Flips From Washington To Bruins On National Signing Day

Jordan Payton, a consensus four-star recruit, has apparently changed his mind yet again and chosen to commit to the UCLA Bruins on National Signing Day, per multiple reports. The wide receiver from Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, California had previously committed to three different Pac-12 Conference schools: USC, Cal, and Washington.

The school has not yet announced the signing of Payton, a 6'3", 205-pound receiver. But the news was first tweeted by Sean Ceglinsky of ESPN. Brandon Huffman of Scout.com confirmed the news, as did Jonathan Gold of the LA Daily News.

Payton is the 15th highest ranked wide receiver per both Rivals and Scout.com. So far on National Signing Day, UCLA head coach Jim Mora has only officially announced four signings: defensive tackle Ellis McCarthy, linebacker Jeremy Castro, quarterback Devin Fuller, and linebacker Nate Lese.

To discuss Jordan Payton UCLA football recruiting, head on over to Bruins Nation. For wall-to-wall recruiting coverage, head to SB Nation's National Signing Day 2012 hub.

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