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The selections for this slide might surprise some people.
Jack is the obvious answer here. For the sake of being diverse, I'll opt to include other team members for this slide.
Both Fabian Moreau and Randall Goforth have been very solid in the secondary. The secondary itself was perhaps the biggest question mark heading into the season. UCLA had the unenviable task of replacing the entire unit from a season ago.
Goforth, although a true sophomore, was the most experienced member heading into the year.
He's been a stabilizing force for the green secondary in 2013. He's second on the team in tackles with 43. It's no doubt an indication as to how solid Goforth has been near the line of scrimmage. He's adept at creeping up toward the box and making the requisite play. Goforth is also second on the team in interceptions with two.
No one knew how good Moreau would be. As a corner, it's always a good thing when there's little mention of one's name during the game. It generally means that wide receivers aren't running freely down the field.
The former running back has constantly been able to body up receivers with his impressive physical traits (6'0", 193 pounds). Moreau is also equipped with above-average athleticism, and that's allowed him to stay with smaller receivers.
The secondary, which was considered to be a potential weakness, has turned into a strength. Moreau and Goforth are two big reasons for this development.