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first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “A lot of people said I have a lot of upside, and my best games are ahead of me,” Justin Edison said. “My dad wanted me to go out and just try it. Originally, it was to help my basketball game, because I’ve been playing basketball since I was five. It was to throw the pads on and make me more physical on the basketball court, and I ended up liking it.” The Bruins offered Edison a scholarship after being eliminated for consideration by Long Beach Poly High defensive back Donovan Warren. Harold Edison barely finished telling his son, Justin, that UCLA had offered a football scholarship before the Verbum Dei High defensive end blurted out he would take it. And with that, the Bruins received their 11th, and likely final, non-binding commitment for the 2007 class, which will sign binding letters of intent Wednesday. UCLA is banking on rapid development for Edison, who did not start playing football until midway through his junior year. center_img Edison, who was committed to Oregon State, will join teammate and defensive end Akeem Ayers at UCLA. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Edison made 83 tackles and had 14sacks as a senior. He also had offers from Arizona, California, Oregon State and Fresno State. Also: UCLA made a change to its 2008 schedule. Agame at San Diego State was dropped by the Aztecs, and the Bruins agreed to play Fresno State in the Aug. 30 season opener. [email protected] (818) 713-3607 last_img read more