UCLA Football’s Jim Mora, Scott Quessenberry and Kenny Young answered a variety of questions that set straight several topics about the Bruins heading into the 2017 season.
The UCLA Football team has had to try and find answers for their problems from last season. During the Bruins’ slot at Pac-12 Media Day, Go Joe Bruin got to hear about how these changes will come about from Head Coach Jim Mora, OL Scott Quessenberry and LB Kenny Young.
Go Joe Bruin had covered a good portion of all three and their time with the media, but could not get to all of it, which is why we turn to other Bruins sources for more information.
One of the biggest pieces of information that emerged was the question of “who is going to backup Josh Rosen this season?” UCLA has two very talented young players in Devon Modster and Matt Lynch, but Mora made it clear who would be the #2 this fall.
The offensive line is far from set, though Go Joe Bruin has anticipated that LT Kolton Miller, C Scott Quessenberry and RT Sunny Odowgu should all start. As far as the guard positions, Mora stated that three players are in the running.
It was announced that this fall, UCLA would not be heading to San Bernardino and instead take in the amenities of the Luskin Center and the new Wasserman Football facility on campus. But not everyone is going to see how the Bruins perform in this new environment.
When asked about fall camp being closed, Quessenberry said that he did not think it would make a difference.
In lesser jersey news…
The Bruins were hoping to get deeper at the tight end position with the talented Devin Asiasi, but unfortunately, that will ave to wait.
Mora had even called upon the responsibility of the rest of the Pac-12 when talking about the talent in the conference.
When asked about freshman cornerback Darnay Holmes, Kenny Young had something very interesting to say.
And when asked about his defensive coordinator Tom Bradley…
And what about a few breakout players?
The next step… fall camp. The 2017 college football season is almost here!