The UCLA Bruins have been targeting 2019 four-star guard Cassius Stanley as it was, but are apparently recruiting him a bit harder, as head coach Steve Alford was in to see the youngster on Monday. This news was relayed on Twitter by CBB Today writer and Stockrisers reporter Jake Weingarten.
It’s certainly worth noting the young man narrowed his final potential landing spots to just three programs back in September. In no particular order, those schools are the Kansas Jayhawks, UCLA Bruins and Oregon Ducks.
Not only do all reputable recruiting service websites have Cassius Stanley pegged as a four-star caliber prospect, but all seem to agree he’s one of the 30 (or so) best players in the entire 2019 recruiting class.
A 6-foot-5, 180-pound wing, out of Sierra Canyon High School, the shooting guard took an official visit with Kansas back in late September.
Obviously, every program left to land his services are going to heat up their recruitment processes. Time will clearly tell where he ultimately ends up.
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