Curtis Enjoys Westwood

Natrell Curtis

2014 Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe offensive guard Natrell Curtis was one of the many recruits present for UCLA's big victory on Saturday afternoon.

2014 Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe offensive guard Natrell Curtis was one of the many recruits present for UCLA's big victory on Saturday afternoon.

"It was great," he tells FOX Sports NEXT. "I loved it up there."

Curtis recalls a number of highlights from the Rose Bowl.

"Seeing UCLA beat USC, and being in the locker room with the players before the game," he shares. "Just seeing how they prepare for the game and stuff like that.

"I got to talk to a few of the players and they said they loved it, they told me I should come there."

Although he left impressed, the junior says that at this time, he's not concentrating on the Bruins, or any other school for that matter.

"I liked it, but I'm not focused on recruiting right now," he explains. "I've just been focusing on high school and winning the championship. I will probably take a few other visits over summer, but I haven't decided yet."

Curtis and his Mountain Pointe teammates beat Brophy Prep on Friday night to advance to the Divison 1 Championship Game, where they will face the Hamilton Huskies.


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