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Craig Stevens

UCLA has become a major player for tight end/defensive end <b>Craig Stevens</b> of Palos Verdes Peninsula. What made the major change in his recruitment?

Craig Stevens, 6-4, 225, 4.75, Rolling Hills (Calif.) Palos Verdes Peninsula, spoke to UCLA defensive line coach, Don Johnson, last Wednesday and was told that UCLA was offering him a football scholarship. "We were all real excited. The written offer and scholarship information came in the mail on Friday," Stevens said. Stevens has had a very good senior year...

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