Chip Kelly‘s to-do list got one task shorter Tuesday as he finalized his coaching staff.
The new head coach announced three new hires, led by Dana Bible, who will take over as quarterbacks coach. Bible, a well-traveled assistant coach who has offensive coordinator experience in college and the NFL, will oversee UCLA’s quarterback competition this spring as the Bruins look for a new starter to replace Josh Rosen.
UCLA also officially announced the hires of Roy Manning (outside linebackers/special teams) and Vince Oghobaase (defensive line) on Tuesday and added that Jimmie Dougherty, DeShaun Foster and Hank Fraley would be returning under Kelly in the same positions they held last season. Angus McClure will return and coach tight ends.
- NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah has Rosen at No. 7 in his top 50 prospects for the NFL draft
- Kam Brown, a receiver from Texas in the class of 2019, decommitted from UCLA. Brown is the son of Larry Brown, a three-time Super Bowl champion and Super Bowl XXX MVP. All four of UCLA’s early verbal commitments for the class of 2019 have backed off their pledges. Signing Day for the 2018 class comes Feb. 7.
— Kam Brown #2 (@Kameronbrown__) January 23, 2018