Spring practice is past, and preseason camp will not open for more than two months. That means recruiting season is about to heat up, and UCLA head coach Jim Mora is among those who are jockeying to be in the national mix.
The 2015 class is Mora's fourth at UCLA, making him a grizzled veteran in this process. His Bruins are off to a solid start with six verbal commitments, which ranks them second among Pac-12 programs, per 247Sports.com.
As summer camps and seven-on-seven tournaments commence, Mora and his staff must still put in plenty of work on the recruiting trail—especially because the one team that is currently ranked ahead of UCLA is crosstown rival USC.