UCLA thought it had its change of pace point guard locked up when Dominic Artis committed during July.
Late Wednesday night, UCLA is left looking for another guard after Artis decided to open his recruitment back up.
A 6-foot-1 point guard from the Oakland area who is spending his senior season at Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, Artis confirmed his decision to open things up with Rivals.com.
One of the nation's top floor generals, Artis ranks No. 52 nationally in the Rivals150 because of his ability to create for himself and others off the dribble and knock down open shots.
While he's yet to release a school list, other Pac-12 programs such as California and Oregon were heavily involved prior to his commitment and are still in search of a point guard.
As for UCLA, Ben Howland and the Bruins do have the nation's second-ranked player, 6-foot-8 point guard Kyle Anderson, on board. The Bruins could choose to ride things out with him or throw their hat into the ring with four-star Californian Tyrone Wallace who they had been recruiting prior to Artis' commitment.