Jim Mora's Bruins are still putting the finishing touches on their incoming 2015 recruiting class, and there are several key players to keep an eye on as we inch closer to national signing day on February 4. Here's the latest news & rumors, as of 1/10:
The top CB in the 2015 recruiting class has been getting lots of attention these days - he's one of the best players in the country who still hasn't committed. Marshall is widely expected to choose USC, but the Bruins aren't giving up yet - he's been getting lots of love from UCLA DBs coach Demetrice Martin, and top UCLA QB commit Josh Rosen has been trying to push him toward the Bruins as well. UCLA is still a long-shot candidate for Marshall, but they're certainly doing everything they can to sawy him this month.
The four-star WR from Dallas (pictured above) has now officially de-committed from Texas Tech, and the Bruins are the new favorite to land his signature. A 6'5 player who runs a 4.5 40-yard-dash, Strickland has the physical tools to excel at the college level. The Bruins already have a commitment from 4-star WR L.J. Reed, but adding Strickland would be a major boost to this recruiting class.
The OL/DT released an updated Top 5 on his personal Twitter account on Thursday, and the Bruins join Michigan, UNC, Miami and Ole Miss in contention for the four-star, 305-pound grinder from Jacksonville, FL.
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