Football recruiting is going to get very interesting later this month with UCLA's camps, and here's…
Projected Depth Analysis: Running Backs
With spring practice over, we now have a much clearer picture of what UCLA's talent and depth looks like across the board. On the surface, and through most of the starting positions, UCLA is fairly set through 2015 with high-level talent at most positions. More specifically, though, we've identified a few issues based off what we saw through April that could require adjustments to the recruiting strategy for the 2015 class and beyond. We already covered the defensive backs, linebackers, defensive line, quarterbacks, and receivers over the last month. Now, we'll turn our attention to the running back position, which doesn't yet project to have elite talent in 2015. Projected Depth Analysis: Running Backs If there's been an area of relative weakness for UCLA so far in the Jim Mora era, it's been running back recruiting. We say "relative weakness" because, judging in a vacuum, UCLA has managed to snag a few players, with three-star Paul Perkins arriving in 2012, four-star Craig Lee...
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