The UCLA football team is hard at work in spring practice, but the coaching staff has more on its plate than drilling the Bruins at Spaulding Field.
In addition to molding the team for the 2013-14 season, Mora and Co. are beginning to assemble an important recruiting class for the 2014 cycle. So far, UCLA has landed one commitment in 3-star WR Barry Ware, but that's just the beginning of what many hope is another hype-worthy haul this year.
The Bruins did very well under Mora's guidance the last two seasons, and they'll look to stock the cupboards with top-tier talent again this time around. Unlike previous years, the offensive line and the secondary appear to have depth for days. As a result, the focus in 2014 will instead fall on the front seven (which will be ravaged by graduation next year) and the offensive skill positions.
To get an idea of where UCLA is looking early, read on for a break down of the Bruins' 2014 recruiting wish list.
Note: All recruiting information, including ratings, statistics, offers and interests, is based on what's available from 247Sports.com. All rankings are based on the 247Sports Composite Rankings.