UCLA's roster has been gutted with the departures of Lonzo Ball, T.J. Leaf and Ike Anigbogu to the NBA and Bryce Alford to graduation. Though Anigbogu, unlike Ball and Leaf, did not sign with an agent and could return, Steve Alford has a major rebuilding project.
But Alford does have five top-100 prospects (Rivals) arriving in Westwood, led by five-star forward Kris Wilkes and five-star guard Jaylen Hands. Hands, a 6-foot-1, 160-pound McDonald's All-American from El Cajon, Calif., is expected to take over for Ball at point guard and reminded fans on Friday night why he's a day-one starter.
He jumped over his parents, Ashanti and Ronnie, to throw down a monster slam during a dunk contest. The dunk occurs at the 3:25 mark in the video below.