Bruin DeAndre Liggins, a 6-foot-11 point guard, announced his commitment to the University of Utah on Friday.
Liggins is the son of former Bruin Josh Liggins and a nephew of former UCLA player and NBA star Ben McLemore.
The 6-9 Liggins has previously pledged to UCLA in February.
Liversons pledge comes a week after the Bruins were granted the rights to UCLA’s 2018 class, and the recruiting class of 2018 will be the first in the program’s nearly 30-year history to sign with an NBA team.
Lilsies high school coach, Scott VanDerWerff, was a former Bruins player and a member of the team that won the 2016 national championship.
He previously played for the Golden State Warriors, Phoenix Suns, Charlotte Bobcats and Milwaukee Bucks.
VanDerwerff also played at Utah, which is coached by the current Utah head coach, Larry Krystkowiak.
Linss commitment comes two days after the Bears were granted an exclusive rights deal to the 2018 class.
The Bears were a member the 2017-18 class, but the team did not officially announce its commitment until late January.
UCLA was a member, but not officially announced, of the 2019 class.
Livennes commitment comes three weeks after the Trojans were granted exclusive rights to the 2019 and 2020 classes.
The Rams are the second-ranked program in the Pac-12, but have not officially declared their commitment for the 2019-2020 seasons.