It seems like the carousel that is Pac-12 recruiting never stops spinning. After Cal landed Davon Dillard earlier in the week, Scout's Brian Snow tweeted that UCLA landed a commitment from three-star power forward Alex Olesinski, who is on an official visit to the school.
Alex Olesinski informs me that he has committed to UCLA— Brian Snow (@BSnowScout) March 5, 2015
Olesinski becomes the third player in Steve Alford's Class of 2015. I looked at the other two HERE a couple months back. What will Olesinski bring to the table for the Bruins? Let's go to the videotape.
As you can see, Olesinski has great size and decent range. He's not afraid to shoot the three. He certainly could put on a few pounds before getting to Westwood, though. He's currently 6-10 and 185 pounds.
Olesinski's high school coach, Brad Johnstin, told SNY's Adam Zagoria the following about why Olesinski chose UCLA, "The combination of basketball tradition, high academics, and location were factors in his decision".
Olesinski averaged 15 points and eight rebounds per game this season.