The area of emphasis that's yet to be addressed thus far is, bar none, the secondary.
UCLA has lost starters Aaron Hester, Sheldon Price, and Andrew Abbott to graduation. In addition, there's an overall lack of both depth and consistency when speaking about the returners.
In terms of cornerbacks, both Johnny Johnson and Patrick Enewally sit atop the list. Johnson is a compact, physical player with great cover skills, while Enewally is a longer, taller athlete with good upside. Per Scout, both are taking official visits this upcoming weekend.
At safety, UCLA is heavily pursuing Tahaan Goodman, Priest Willis and Tyler Foreman.
Goodman already has visited Westwood officially. He's a native of Rancho Cucamonga in Southern California, so that could bode well for the Bruins. Foreman, also a native of the area, recently decommitted from Wisconsin. It seems as if UCLA and Cal are out front in his recruitment.
Willis is a big time player that could come in and start at either corner or at safety. Per his high school coach, he's announced that Willis will taking his final official visit to UCLA this upcoming weekend.
If the Bruins are able to land all five, each would have a shot at playing next season.
Aside from the secondary, one position that hasn't been addressed (curiously) is at quarterback. The Bruins dropped the ball with local prospect Troy Williams, and had an early decommitment in the form of Eddie Printz.
It has recently been reported that Winter Park, Fla. quarterback Asiantii Woulard will visit UCLA officially. It's not clear as to the overall interest level that Woulard has in the Bruins, but a visit gives UCLA a puncher's chance nonetheless.
After Brett Hundley, the depth chart at quarterback is very thin. Getting a player of Woulard's ability this late in the game would be an absolute boon for the Bruins.