UCLA Football: Projecting the Bruins' 2013 Offensive Depth Chart

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UCLA Football: Projecting the Bruins' 2013 Offensive Depth Chart
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QB Brett Hundley has the starting role locked up for years to come

As UCLA prepares to face Baylor in the Holiday Bowl next week, there are a number of seniors and draft-eligible players who'll suit up in the Bruin blue for the last time.

Among them are some key offensive playmakers, including star RB Johnathan Franklin, jump-ball expert Joe Fauria and leading receiver Shaq Evans.

Franklin and Fauria are set to graduate this year, while Evans is eligible to declare for the 2013 NFL Draft should he so desire.

Additionally, starting right guard Jeff Baca and senior WR Jerry Johnson will exhaust their NCAA eligibility in San Diego next Saturday, leaving the Bruins with serious question marks heading into 2013.

If UCLA hopes to return to the Pac-12 Championship Game for a third consecutive time next year, head coach Jim L. Mora will need to find answers on the offensive side of the ball.

In an effort to identify the biggest areas of need for UCLA, as well as the few certainties, here's a look at the Bruins' projected depth chart for next season.


Note: The depth charts found in this slideshow are projections for next season, so players are listed by their year in school for 2013-2014. Further, incoming freshmen do not have jersey numbers assigned yet, and thus they will be marked as "00" for the purposes of this article.

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