DANIEL LOFTON, son of an NFL Hall of Famer, last week received a scholarship offer from the Cougs. …
UCLA's Skills Camp
If you had to narrow it down to the three best prospects at UCLA's Skills Camp on Saturday, it would be Daniel Lofton, the wide receiver from San Diego Westview; running back/athlete R.J. Stanford from Chino High, and running back Lonyae Miller from Fontana Kaiser. Stanford ran the best 40 of the day, coming in at 4.5 flat, on notoriously slow (or maybe accurate) Spaulding Field (a 4.5 on Spaulding is easily at a low 4.4 at any Nike Camp). Stanford worked out with the running backs and looked particularly quick and shifty, running a 4.3 20-yard shuttle also. He's only about 175 pounds and his build is a little slight, but he is about 6-0, which might make him a better cornerback than anything else. Lonyae Miller, who was 5-10 and about 190, took the prize as the best physical specimen of the day. He stripped down to his underwear to run his 40 so we got a good look at his cut torso. He clocked a 4.63 in the 40, which was among the best of the day. In the drills, his...
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