Michigan misses out on 4-star QB recruit
A prospective four-star Michigan commit, Justyn Martin, has officially announced his plans to play for UCLA to play his college ball. Martin made his announcement on CBS Sports HQ on Thursday.
BREAKING: Inglewood (Calif.) QB Justyn Martin announced on CBSSports HQ he’ll play his college ball at #UCLA and went in-depth on why he chose the #Bruins https://t.co/wSUp0RSt60 pic.twitter.com/LGUOXTkilH
— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) October 28, 2021
Martin had initially made a commitment to Cal back in January, but rescinded his pledge in September. After the move, Martin made an announcement that he had narrowed his list of prospective schools to three: Michigan, Ole Miss and UCLA.
— 247Sports (@247Sports) October 28, 2021
The No. 278 overall recruit in the Class of 2022 per the 247Sports Composite ranking, Martin is from Inglewood (California) High School. Martin is also the 20th-ranked quarterback in his class, and is currently the No. 24 ranked prospect in the state of California.
UCLA now has five 4-star commits in their upcoming class, which puts them in the top half of the Pac-12 programs.