Rocklin (Calif.) High School power forward Brendan Lane had practically the whole Pac-10 after him, and on Saturday morning he decided which one of those schools he will attend.
Down to California, Stanford and UCLA, Lane, 6-foot-9, 200-pounds will play for the UCLA Bruins.
"It's a great program and a championship team," said Lane. "It is a place where I can develop into the best player I can be."
The No. 69 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, Lane was sidelined this spring with a bad ankle, but he is now back on the court. This weekend he is in Los Angeles preparing to travel to Senegal and then later to Paris with the adidas Nations.
Both skilled and athletic, Lane will give the Bruins a four man who can cause damage both from the outside and the interior.
"They want to use me as a four who they can spread the floor with," he said. "If I continue to develop, I might play some three as well."
Lane joins rugged power forward Reeves Nelson as the Bruins second commitment from the 2009 class.