The UCLA Bruins quite possibly recruited the deepest class of talented wide receivers in the nation. Since the release of Karl Dorrell as UCLA's football coach, there is a possibility that two of UCLA's prize wide receiver recruits could be running the fade route.
The two wide receivers in question are Jerry Johnson (6-3, 190, 4.4) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Venice and Nelson Rosario (6-4, 202, 4.43) from Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino. Both players are four-star prospects have a huge upside.
Johnson is taking the recruiting process easy right now and will be taking trips.
"I'm taking it slow right now and I'm testing the water," Johnson said. "I'm going to see how it all works out.
"There is a strong possibility that if DeWayne Walker is head coach, I will be a Bruin," Johnson said. "If not then Cal and Arizona State are definitely in the picture.
"I just had an in-house with Ron Gould of Cal," Johnson said. "He just left my house and I'm thinking about taking a visit to Cal."
Rosario was very pointed in response to Dorrell's release.
"Coach Dorrell's dismissal means I have to start the whole recruiting process over," Rosario said. "That's what it means to me.
"Oregon and Colorado are calling me right now and all of the other schools that were recruiting me earlier asked me not to leave them out," Rosario said. "I'm still tripping UCLA next week on the (December) 14th.