With Brett Hundley firmly entrenched in the quarterback position, Winter Park, Fla., quarterback Asiantii Woulard might not see the field for a couple of years.
Nevertheless, garnering Woulard's signature on signing day is a massive coup for the Bruins.
Quite astoundingly, the Bruins only begun to recruit the Elite 11 MVP a little over a month ago. For a team on the opposite coast to land a player of Woulard's ability is quite a testament to the UCLA staff's ability to recruit and sell the program.
Offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone has to like what he's got to work with in regards to Woulard. He's got a very strong arm, good mobility and excellent leadership skills.
The scary thing for opponents is that Woulard's only played the position for two seasons. With Mazzone's ability to develop quarterbacks, Bruin fans have to like the future at the position after Hundley eventually departs.
With Hundley manning the position currently, the situation sets up very nicely for Woulard. He'll be able to sit behind Hundley and become more polished as a signal-caller.
UCLA doesn't have any depth behind Hundley, and it appears as if Woulard has a good shot at becoming the second-string quarterback.
After striking out on local prospects Troy Williams and Hayden Rettig, it was imperative that the Bruins brought in a quarterback. By signing Woulard, they may have gotten a quarterback that fits Mazzone's system better than the aforementioned duo.
Woulard is rated as the top dual-threat quarterback in the nation by ESPN.