UCLA has landed a commitment from West Bloomfield (Mich.) High defensive back Jamir Benjamin.

The 5-foot-11, 175-pound cornerback had previously been a verbal commit to Northwestern. On Sunday, he shared that he was leaving the Wildcats’ class amid all the “confusion” with the program. Benjamin initially committed to former coach Pat Fitzgerald on June 8, but a hazing investigation since has led to the ousting of Fitzgerald and it seems at least possible that the rest of the coaching staff could also go at the end of the season.

As such, Benjamin looked elsewhere.

He was offered by the Bruins in mid-July, quickly set up a visit to Westwood, and pulled the trigger Monday morning.

Benjamin is a 3-star recruit in the industry-generated 247 Composite. He’s ranked as the No. 45 corner in the class and the No. 10 prospect from the state of Michigan. Overall, he sits at No. 501 in the national player rankings.

He was also a one-time Stanford pledge, committing to the Cardinal in November of 2022. He left Stanford’s class back in April.

With Benjamin’s pledge, UCLA now holds 10 known commitments in the 2024 cycle. You can see his highlight tape below, via Hudl: