The UCLA Bruins don't have much to be happy about when they look on the basketball court, but they received some cgood news about the future of Bruins hoops. Kyle Anderson, the 6'7" point forward from St. Anthony's in Fairview, New Jersey was announced as a McDonald's All-American. Anderson is currently the lone UCLA representative unless several uncommitted players consider the Bruins.
And it might very well be possible.
Shabazz Muhammad has UCLA right in the mix with Kentucky, and the Bishop Gorman star also has the UCLA Bruins high up on his list. Also considering the Bruins is Tony Parker, the center from Georgia; getting either Parker or Muhammad (or better yet both!) would definitely be a huge victory off-the-court for Ben Howland, and probably earn him more leeway from the disgruntled faithful. UCLA basketball could use some new recruits to liven up the program.
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