Ashton Authement*, Jaylen Erwin, Hudson Habermebl*, Kain Medrano, Charles Njoku
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Jaylen Erwin was another early enrollee and he is already becoming a fan favorite. Though the offense wasn’t able to score during the spring game, Erwin was one of the few receivers that was able to haul in multiple long passes and will be a downfield threat for the Bruins in the coming season. But that’s not all as the Bruins are bringing in Medrano and Njoku who will both be reliable weapons reliable weapons in the passing game.
Josh Carlin, Duke Clemens, Sean Rhyan, Beau Taylor, Bradley Whitworth*, Luke Young*
The offensive line might be improving, but they still have an issue with depth. UCLA was able to sign four players in February, including Sean Rhyan who is expected to compete for a starting tackle spot, but they are going to have to focus their attention on the OL in the upcoming recruiting classes. Still, it helps that they are bringing in two more walk-ons with the Whitworth and Young.
UCLA already has JJ Molson set to start at kicker, but they needed back up because you never know when a player might go down. Luckily, the Bruins are bringing in the younger brother of former Bruin Anthony Barr, Nick Barr-Mira, who is joining the team as a walk-on.
This is the same situation as the kickers as UCLA already has Johnny Den Bleyker holding down the starting long snapper spot, but backup is essential, and Jack Landherr will be there to support JDB.