Four-star spends day at UCLA

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Stanley Norman spent Monday at UCLA as he gets to know the coaching staff better and how they plan to utilize him if he chooses to play for the Bruins.
There is a really good chance that could happen since the Gardena (Calif.) Serra four-star athlete said UCLA remains one of the big favorites, but he's not ready to make any decisions yet.
Norman, the offensive MVP at the National Underclassmen Challenge in Dallas last summer, spent a lot of time with Jim Mora and the other UCLA coaches to figure out where they see him in the program.
"It was good," Norman said. "I just hung out with Jim Mora all day. I spent a lot of time with the coaching staff. We hung out, that was pretty much it. We were just talking and talking about where I stand in their program.
"For the most part, I'm a priority. They feel like they have good players but they need somebody like me to go both ways for them in any given moment. They need my competitiveness and that's what they like most about me."
Norman recently took a trip to USC as well and he said the Trojans are back in his recruitment, especially with the new coaching staff in place.
The Serra recruit who recently transferred from Culver City, Calif., has offers from Akron, Arizona State, California, Florida State, Marshall, Oklahoma, San Jose State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
UCLA is definitely one of the leaders but Norman said he's not ready to make a commitment.
"I'm waiting on all that," Norman said.
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