Shabazz Muhammad Recruiting: Prospect To Take Official Visit To UCLA In Early April

The top uncommitted basketball prospect in the Class of 2012, Shabazz Muhammad, has been rumored to be leaning toward becoming a member of the UCLA Bruins. He will make his first official visit to the campus soon before he announces his commitment decision.

According to Adam Zagoria, Muhammad is planning to make his official visit to UCLA in early April. His official commitment decision will come soon after, so all the speculation should be put to bed in less than a month.

"That's going to be our last official visit," Holmes said of the UCLA visit. "Then I think he's going to decide on the 9th or the 10th, something like that. He'll do something at his high school [to announce]."

Muhammad has already made official visits to the Texas A&M Longhorns, the Duke Blue Devils, the Kansas Jayhawks and the Kentucky Wildcats. Other possible destinations for the prospect include the UNLV Runnin' Rebels and the Arizona Wildcats.

To discuss Shabazz, or for all news and information regarding the UCLA Bruins, please visit Bruins Nation.

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