UCLA Football’s offensive line is going to be stacked for the upcoming season. The Bruins got a commitment from three-star rated (per Scout.com) offensive tackle Kolton Miller. The 6’8”, 280 lbs. Roseville, CA product is ranked 28th at his position.
— Edward Lewis (@EdwardLewisBSR) January 22, 2014
He is the second O-lineman the Bruins picked up this week as Miami transfer Malcolm Bunche will use his final season of eligibility to play for UCLA.
In regards to high school recruits, Miller is the second offensive linemen to commit to the Bruins after three-star center Najee Toran. Miller gives the Bruins their 17th player for 2014 class. With this commit, UCLA now has the 18th ranked recruiting class in the nation.
As for the O-line itself, it looks to be stabilizing very nicely. The Bruins have 11 offensive linemen returning next year, so the problems that haunted the previous coaching staff, looks to be just a thing of the past. UCLA now has depth, and as we saw this past season with the slew of injuries, the Bruins need depth.
Mark it down everyone, National Signing Day is Wednesday, February 5th.