February 6, 2007
UCLA junior day - Part II
In part one BruinBlitz.com introduced to you the quarterbacks that we discovered who were participating in UCLA's junior day. There was another quarterback who he will discuss in this installment, but where would quarterbacks be if there wasn't a wide receiver who can get the job done on the other end of a pass? For Part two we will look at the wide receivers who attended.
Before we get to wide receivers we learned there was another quarterback who deserved to be mentioned with the others that we reported to you on Sunday and he is Dominique Blackman (6-4, 238, 4.7) from Carson, Calif. Blackman, a southpaw, threw for 1,673 yards and 14 touchdowns and 14 touchdowns. He is athletic but is more of your traditional drop back quarterback with a good arm. Blackman has visited UCLA practices going back to his sophomore year and his cousin is former UCLA great wide receiver, Jim McElroy.
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