The 2011-12 basketball season did not go how the UCLA Bruins had hoped. At the tail end of the season, an expose was written about the team's recent years in Sports Illustrated, only adding insult to their sub-par record. Still, the negative press seems to have not adversely affected their recruiting, as two of their incoming freshman have cracked the Top 100 in ESPNU's recent ranking of the 2012 recruiting class.
UCLA's highest ranking prospect (besides No. 2 Shabazz Muhammad, who is considered to be leaning towards UCLA as his destination school) is No. 5 Kyle Anderson, a five-star small forward from Fairview, NJ.
Their other commitment comes from Jordan Adams, a small forward from Lawrenceville, GA. Adams is a four-star recruit that ESPNU ranked at No. 41 on their Top 100.
In addition to these two and Muhammad, the Bruins have an offer out to No. 26 Tony Parker, a center from Lithonia, GA.
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