Caleb Benenoch per 247Sports
The 2013 recruiting class was absolutely loaded. Scout.com ranked the Bruins' class as the third best in the nation for 2013.
Mora and his staff did a great job at addressing literally every single position on the football team. Going down the list, there are elite players that will draw immense interest during the camp in San Bernardino.
Of the players not previously mentioned, the one with perhaps the most intrigue is quarterback Asiantii Woulard. The Bruins, as Mora said, via the Los Angeles Daily News, "got lucky that [Woulard] was out there and available when he was."
Woulard was the MVP of the prestigious Elite 11 camp. The quarterback next in line behind Brett Hundley isn't known up to this point. With a solid camp, Woulard could be the top reserve to Hundley.
Up front, UCLA signed seven offensive linemen during the 2013 cycle. Of the group, guards Caleb Benenoch and Alex Redmond, center Scott Quessenberry and tackle Christian Morris could see action as true freshmen. Benenoch and Redmond, in particular, might have the best shot at starting.
On the defensive line, the Bruins were able to sign both Kylie Fitts and Kenneth Clark. Fitts looks like someone that will provide depth instantly. Clark might be the most underrated member of the recruiting class. He's got a very high ceiling, and it wouldn't be a shock to see him make an early impact.
Ironically enough, the only freshman that's guaranteed to start at this point is punter Sean Covington. He'll replace former All-American punter Jeff Locke. Like Locke, Covington is a lefty with a booming leg. It'll be interesting to see his progression throughout the camp.