National signing day is less than a week away, and college football coaches across the country are hitting the recruiting trail hard with the finish line in plain sight.
Jim Mora and the rest of the UCLA coaches have been as active as any staff this cycle, making waves with big-time commitments from some of the nation's best players.
But as great as rankings are, what really matters are results.
With the Feb. 6 deadline fast approaching, there are still a number of big fish left to be hooked, and a handful of Bruin commits waiting to be reeled in.
UCLA could find itself with a top-five class on Wednesday if Mora can land the likes of Eddie Vanderdoes, Kylie Fitts, Isaac Savaiinaea and Asiantii Woulard. But at the same time, the Bruins' ranking could plummet if a few key verbals decide to take their talents elsewhere.
And as we have learned so many times with prep athletes, it ain't over until every last Letter of Intent is signed, sealed and delivered.
Here's a look at five current commits that UCLA needs to focus on retaining, and what other programs could be in the mix to force them to flip.