Four star athlete commits to UCLA

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National Signing Day may have only been a week ago but already colleges are out recruiting prospects for their 2015 teams and the UCLA Bruins are the first off the marks.

They have secured a verbal commitment from four star athlete Jaason Lewis after the junior made a visit to the campus this past weekend.

Lewis is from Virginia and has spent playing time at safety, wide receiver and running back. He is rated the number 195 in the nation and has given a solid verbal to the UCLA program.

“I felt most comfortable there,” Lewis told 247Sports Tuesday morning. “They met my standards.”

UCLA finished the 2013 season 10-3 and a 42-12 victory over Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl. Their 2014 recruitment class was ranked 19th in the nation by 247 sports.

Lewis had four interceptions on defense last year and over 1,000 yards on offense with 14 touchdowns.

The versatile athlete is thought to be the eighth best prospect in the state of Virginia and the first to have committed for the 2015 class.

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