Some of the top recruits Class of 2012 are involved in some sort of investigation heading into the season, and many of their futures’ currently hang in the balance. Luckily, super-talented freshman Kyle Anderson won’t have to worry about his eligibility issues anymore and can instead focus on basketball and the Bruins’ upcoming season. From Zagsblog.com: “UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson is expected to be cleared by the NCAA to play this season, a source with direct knowledge of the case told SNY.tv Thursday. ‘The UCLA compliance office is confident that he will be cleared before practice starts Oct. 12,’ the source said. The NCAA looked into the recruitment of the 6-foot-9 point guard in early August, the source said. Anderson, a McDonald’s All-American out of St. Anthony, was cleared for UCLA’s China trip late last month, and he posted two double-doubles in three games there.”