By Josh Gershon
West Coast Recruiting Analyst
UCLA sits atop the PAC-12 recruiting class rankings with their three-man class of Zach LaVine, Allerik Freeman and Noah Allen. Who else did well in the Pac-12 on the recruiting trail?
After putting together the Pac-12's best recruiting class in 2012, UCLA is in position to repeat in 2013.
The Bruins have assembled a talented three-man class, which consists of a couple combo guards in Zach LaVine and Allerik Freeman, as well as small forward Noah Allen.
LaVine, from Bothell (Wash.), is a five-star prospect that headlines this class. A talented outside shooter, LaVine also has good size at 6-foot-3, long arms, athleticism and a pretty high basketball IQ. He has the chance to be a really good player for Ben Howland.
Freeman, from Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, is a multi-talented and strong guard who can play on and off the ball and is a good athlete.
Allen comes from Salinas (Calif.) Palma and is a forward with a smooth ...