LOS ANGELES The UCLA mens basketball program has received signed National Letters of Intent from high school standouts Noah Allen, Allerick Freeman and Zach LaVine during the early signing period, as announced Thursday by head coach Ben Howland.
These three high school seniors will enroll at UCLA in the fall of 2013 and begin their freshman seasons in the Bruins 2013-14 campaign.
We are thrilled to add these three young men to our program, head coach Ben Howland said. Noah, Allerick and Zach have excelled in high school, and they will be valuable additions to our team next year. Im very excited about this class and the potential of these players. We are looking forward to their arrival next fall, and were still hoping to add one or two more players to this recruiting class in the spring.
Allen, a 6-foot-6 forward from Salinas, Calif., enters his fourth season in the starting lineup at Palma High School (Salinas, Calif.). He averaged just under 18 points per game as a junior, he...