The Bruins have six offensive linemen currently committed. That's quite a haul in terms of numbers, but offensive line Adrian Klemm is still in search of a two names.
The two desired prospects?
Donovan Munger and Caleb Benenoch.
Klemm desperately wants to increase both the talent level and depth currently on the offensive line.
The Bruins currently start a red-shirt freshman at center, and two true freshmen at the tackle positions. In other words, he's not shy about plugging in young linemen right away.
Munger is a native of Shaker Heights, Ohio. Many programs are recruiting Munger to play defensive tackle, but Klemm prefers him at guard.
He's physical at the line of scrimmage, and has great feet from a lateral mobility standpoint.
It will be hard to get Munger away from Big Ten country, but he is slated to visit officially for this weekend's tilt against Southern Cal.
Benenoch might be even tougher to land.
He's wanted immensely by Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M. Klemm has built quite a positive accord with Benenoch—who will visit at some point.
The 6'5" and 320 pounds guard is absolutely massive, and has the potential to play right away.
In terms of holding onto current commits, UCLA needs to be wary of Memphis lineman Christian Morris.
Perhaps the best committed linemen, Morris has visited Nebraska officially, and is also considering Ole Miss, Georgia and Oklahoma.
Distance could ultimately prove to be a big factor here.
Morris and high school teammate Bobby Billinglsey will visit UCLA officially this weekend for the USC game.