In 2013 the UCLA Bruins will have the unenviable task of replacing three long-time starters in the secondary.
Both starting corners Aaron Hester and Sheldon Price will graduate and starting strong safety Andrew Abbott has exhausted his eligibility on the collegiate level.
Overall depth is a clear issue for the unit. Not only is the returning group short on experience, but multiple members are coming off of serious injury. Therefore, Jim Mora is hitting the recruiting trails hard—with the goal of landing multiple prospects who are ready to play prominent roles as true freshmen.
With elite defensive back Jermaine Kelly recently decommitting from UCLA, there's even more of an impetus on the Bruins to land impact players in the secondary.
Here are four defensive back prospects that the Bruins would love to bring into the fold on Signing Day.