UCLA Football: Other Players That Could Declare For The NFL Draft

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CB74 doesn’t care who the QB is for the Bruins. He’s got their back, regardless. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Caleb Benenoch

Caleb Benenoch was a solid gold get when he committed to the Bruins and he has not let the UCLA Football team down in his three seasons. Sure, there were the occasional penalties, but that was not a common thing for Benenoch.

With the assistance of some other young offensive linemen, Benenoch helped turn the Bruin rushing game into something that was feared and respected. In 2014, the Bruins were second in the conference in rushing, only behind National Championship runner up, the Oregon Ducks.

Benenoch has played all over the line, but has been a fixture at right tackle. With his size, skill and experience, Benenoch would most likely be a solid pick the the 2016 NFL Draft.

But there is also that thing about staying in school. Benenoch would greatly benefit from an extra year, especially with second-year QB Josh Rosen leading the offense. Benenoch would be the leader of that line and could take them to knew heights as UCLA looks to improve off of their 8-5 season.

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