C.J. Leggett had a nice showing at the UCLA camp recently and the Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett running back thinks it could work out with the Bruins.
The 5-foot-10, 207-pound prospect isn't ready to make any decisions but Leggett spoke highly of UCLA and said it will be one of the schools he considers moving toward the fall.
"I really like it," Leggett said. "It's my second visit out here and I really enjoy the atmosphere and everyone. I think it would be a good fit."
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Not only does Leggett like it, by the sound of it, UCLA is also interested in the Georgia running back. Working with the coaches was a big part of Leggett's positive experience in Westwood and it could go a long way in his decision-making process.
"The coaches are highly interested," Leggett said. "They really liked me and liked working with me. They said I jumped high on the board and they'd really consider me coming here."
UCLA looks good but Leggett is not ready to make any decisions.
So far, the North Gwinnett running back has been offered by Miami (Ohio), Middle Tennessee State, Pitt, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Yale and Georgia State. He might want to take some other trips before making a commitment.
"I just want to see how my senior year goes," Leggett said. "I want to see how it turns out, what kind of season I have and what's best for me."
This summer, Leggett took unofficial visits to Duke, UCLA, Cal and Stanford.