Thursday, February 02, 2006

Top Prospects To Visit Pauley Pavilion

Watching in the stands may be UCLA's answer to sustaining that status for the near future.

According to sources, heralded and much sought-after high school juniors Kevin Love and Kyle Singler, who both hail from Oregon, will be in attendance on Saturday during an unofficial visit to UCLA.

The Bruins' potential landing of Love and Singler, according to Tracy Pierson, publisher of, is the single most important recruiting development at UCLA since
Baron Davis's 1997 freshmen class came to

From Lake Oswego High in Oregon, Love is a 6-foot-10, 255-pound center who is currently projected to be the No. 3 recruit in the Class of 2007 according to multiple recruiting services. Love, the son of former Oregon Duck and NBA player Stan Love, has reportedly narrowed his decision between North Carolina and UCLA. According to Pierson, Love could have started on a Pac-10 team as a freshman in high school.

Meanwhile Singler, who is a close friend of Love's, is a 6-foot-8 small forward known for his quickness and basketball intelligence. He joins Love as a top-10 prospect for the Class of 2007, as multiple recruiting services peg him as the No. 6 high school junior in the country. Singler is reportedly debating between Duke and UCLA. Daily Bruin

(photo credit: Portland Tribune and The Oregonian)


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