The UCLA Bruins landed freshman All-American wide receiver J.Michael Sturdivant from the California Golden Bears in the football transfer portal, according to a Friday tweet from the Athletic college football senior writer Max Olson.

The 6-foot-3-inch receiver earned 755 receiving yards and seven touchdowns on 65 receptions in his second season in the California football program. J.Michael Sturdivant led the Bears in touchdowns and placed second on the team in receiving yards behind junior receiver Jeremiah Hunter before he joined UCLA via the transfer portal.

The former four-star recruit out of Flower Mound, Texas chose the Golden Bears over Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, LSU, Miami, Michigan and Notre Dame, among others, when he first committed to California in July 2021. Sturdivant was projected to be a 4-7th round receiver by 247Sports recruiting analyst Gabe Brooks, who compared his style to Miami Dolphins receiver Erik Ezukanma.