Go Joe Bruin continues to examine the different units and project the depth charts for the UCLA Football team as this week we move to the passing game with the receivers and tight ends.
The UCLA Football team has lost four of their top five receivers from a year ago. Jordan Payton, Thomas Duarte, Paul Perkins and Devin Fuller have all moved on and so the passing game must find new talent to replace them.
But here is the thing, despite a lot of young talent, this is a very skilled and very deep group of receivers. It is quite possibly the best collection Jim Mora has had since he got to Westwood. Not only could a few receivers replace the aforementioned from last season, but they will have a lot of options to try and do so. Additionally, the Bruins will do with the use of tight ends to add another dimension to the passing game.
Now keep in mind, these projections are opinion. Not only do we not have any inside information from the coaching staff, but by the time the season rolls around, these depth charts could look nothing like what we put out today. If they do, then we look like geniuses.
These projected depth charts are based on what we saw last season, what we saw in spring practice and educated guesses based on what certain recruits were targeted for.
Let us begin…
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