The talk has been Arizona, USC or Kentucky for Johnson. But in recent weeks, UCLA has gotten back by getting the approval of Johnson's mother - who recently had a sit-down with the staff - and his girlfriend, who's committed to play volleyball for the Bruins next year.
Winslow took a trip to UCLA earlier this month, but he has also visited Duke, who most think lead for the five-star right now. We do know he has some Los Angeles ties, and the staff has been recruiting him well, but the Blue Devils will be hard to beat for him.
Perkins is the biggest recruit in this class for UCLA because of its PG needs. The word is that UCLA is still doing very well with Perkins, but if Kentucky gets involved in July, that might shake things up a bit.
UCLA's other top PG recruit, right behind Perkins, McLaughlin would be a big coup for Steve Alford. He would entice other stars to come with him, and he would make a splash on the national radar. UCLA is one of the big favorites for McLaughlin, along with SDSU, USC, Gonzaga and a few others.
Chapman took a trip to UCLA while down in L.A. for the Pangos All-American Camp, and he loved it. If the Bruins offer, he could easily commit, and because of that, he will get looked at by the staff much more in the summer.
The newest UCLA recruit on the board, Welsh recently took a visit to UCLA that went very well (video interview with Welsh here). If an offer eventually comes, he could be the Bruins big man commitment in this class.
Here's a look at some more Rivals150 recruits who UCLA will watch in July to see if they're deserving of a Bruin offer: