Jules Bernard Moves UCLA Visit to This Weekend in Place of Oregon


Jules Bernard, the 6-foot-6 shooting guard from the Windward (CA) School, will no longer visit Oregon this weekend. Instead, Bernard will take the short trip to Westwood to officially visit UCLA. Bernard originally was scheduled to visit the Bruins starting Oct. 10. It is unclear if the Oregon visit will be rescheduled as Bernard was not immediately available.

Bernard picked up an offer from UCLA head coach Steve Alford back on September 11th.

Bernard, who cut his list to five last month, is also considering Miami, Kansas and USC. There is no set time for making a decision and visits for Kansas and USC are still likely to be set, per Rivals. Bernard appears to be on track to make a decision in time for the early signing period.

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It is also unclear how the FBI bribery scandal will impact Bernard with in-town school USC or Miami. On Tuesday of last week, news broke that USC assistant Tony Bland and nine others have each been charged in the corruption and fraud scheme. Within hours of Bland’s arrest, USC placed the coach on administrative leave and hired former FBI Director Louis Freeh to investigate the situation.

Bernard is ranked a composite four-star by 247, the 46th ranked recruit in the Class of 2018, and the sixth ranked high school player in the state of California. With six predictions on 247Sports’ Crystal Ball, 100% of the experts predict Bernard will choose UCLA.

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