UCLA is giving its fans plenty to be excited about as they continue load their program with future talent. Four-star recruit Cody Riley has committed to playing for the UCLA Bruins after his impressive high school career is over, according to reports.
Riley, who stands 6-foot-7 and tips the scales at 225-pounds, is currently ranked the 34th highest prospect for the Class of 2017. He brings both the ability to score and rebound effectively and is one of the most sought after combo guards in the class. His passing skills are also highly coveted.
Riley is the latest in what has been a wildly successful recruiting campaign for the Bruins. They already posses commitments from five-star guard Jaylen Hands, four-star forward Jalen Hill and three-star guard LiAngelo Ball.
UCLA has focused its energies in keeping California natives from leaving town and playing at powerhouses elsewhere. Coach Steve Alford has coached the Bruins for three seasons and is 65-40 in his time there.