— Nate Meadors (@NateMeadors) January 15, 2018
UCLA lost four juniors on offense to the NFL draft, but its defense will remain mostly intact for a much-needed bounce-back season.
Junior Nate Meadors announced he will be returning next season on Monday, giving the Bruins three-fourths of their starting secondary back. UCLA won’t lose any defensive juniors to the draft, letting go of only four senior starters.
- From CBS Sports: Former Washington quarterback K.J. Carta-Samuels will transfer to UCLA
- Scott Quessenberry talks to the Darren Smith Show about preparing for the NFL draft and why Josh Rosen will make a good pro
- Athlon Sports has UCLA ranked fourth in its early Pac-12 football rankings
- UCLA legend Kenny Easley turned 59 years old on Monday
Happy Birthday to Hall of Fame safety @Easleyforce5! Easley played 7 seasons for the @Seahawks. Selected to 5 Pro Bowls and the @NFL 1980s All-Decade Team. Named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1984. pic.twitter.com/mYsdkZlHqA
— Pro Football HOF (@ProFootballHOF) January 15, 2018