Bruins' class finishes strong
Originally Published: February 6, 2013By RecruitingNation | ESPN.com
Here's a team-by-team breakdown of the 2013 recruiting classes in the Pac-12. Kylie Fitts -- A great flip by UCLA from crosstown rival USC as Fitts can both blow up the run and get after the quarterback. Breakdown: Jim Mora Jr. has inked a strong class, especially in the back end on defense and up front on offense. The Bruins are loaded with O-linemen. The group of seven is led by ESPN 300 center Scott Quessenberry, ESPN 300 guard John Lopez and four-star guard Caleb Benenoch. The secondary got a big boost with top-10, ESPN 150 safety Tahaan Goodman and four-star CB Johnny Johnson Jr. Fellow safety Priest Willis failed to sign. Four-star Deon Hollins Jr. is an explosive playmaker at the linebacker position. The offensive skill positions also improved with signatures from TE Thomas Duarte, WR Eldridge Massington and Jalen Ortiz, who will work at several positions.
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