UCLA spring camp 2015 roundup

UCLA quarterbacks coach Taylor Mazzone, center, grappling with what he's seeing in the Bruins' Spring Showcase on April 24, 2015. (Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

UCLA quarterbacks coach Taylor Mazzone, center, grappling with what he’s seeing in the Bruins’ Spring Showcase at the Rose Bowl on April 24, 2015.
(Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

In today’s edition of Los Angeles News Group papers, I covered a few of the things we did and didn’t learn about the UCLA football team through 15 spring practices.

If you missed anything else that happened this month, here’s a recap.

» Storylines
Those who know Bill Roth say UCLA couldn’t have gotten a better play-by-play announcer
— UCLA ends spring without naming a starting quarterback, but Josh Rosen looks like the frontrunner
— Spring Showcase gives fans a glimpse at the Bruins’ new faces
— After enrolling early, Josh Rosen is adjusting quickly to life at UCLA
Deon Hollins is aiming to be UCLA’s next great linebacker
— Will the versatile Myles Jack start returning kicks too?
— After multiple position switches, fullback Nate Iese is due for a bigger role
— Cornerback Fabian Moreau had an uneven 2014, but could be the difference in a veteran secondary
Marcus Rios looks like a different player after battling a life-threatening illness
— Each of UCLA’s quarterbacks take a turn showing they deserve the top job
— Former UCLA offensive lineman Nick Ekbatani now sees himself as both Bruin and Trojan
— NaJee Toran’s switch from offensive to defensive line is just the latest in UCLA position changes
UCLA decides not to name a quarterback in spring
— Josh Rosen shines early, but Bruins’ quarterback search continues
Paul Perkins anchors a group of talented running backs
— After enrolling early, Josh Rosen has a quiet first day of spring camp

» Practice notes
March 31 — Day 1 — Myles Jack moves to inside linebacker
April 2 — Day 2 — Josh Rosen gets more reps at QB
April 4 — Day 3 — Nate Starks looks like No. 2 tailback
April 6 — Day 4 — Josh Rosen takes first-team reps
April 8 — Day 5 — Marcus Rios improving at cornerback
April 9 — Day 6 — Kene Orjioke gets medical waiver
April 11 — Day 7 — Four quarterbacks share first-team reps
April 13 — Day 8 — Offense struggles in Josh Rosen’s absence
April 15 — Day 9 — Kolton Miller takes first-string O-line reps
April 16 — Day 10 — Bruins run shortest practice of the month
April 18 — closed practice
April 20 — Day 12 — Myles Jack practices at kick returner
April 22 — Day 13 — Asiantii Woulard has solid practice
April 23 — Day 14 — Bruins wrap up last day at Spaulding Field