Defensive back Octavius Spencer talks about playing the nickel position, the potential of UCLA’s defense and the differences between having camp in Westwood and San Bernardino.
Greetings, friends! Training camp officially ends Sunday night, which means UCLA will slowly transition into a game-week schedule starting next week. Real football is almost here!
To finish off training camp, we’ll do another Q&A. If you have questions regarding the team now that fall camp is wrapping up, leave them in the comments or send me an email — thnguyen(at)scng(dot)com — and I’ll answer a few. I’ll post answers Monday.
Caleb Wilson is already one of UCLA’s most consistent pass catchers and now the redshirt sophomore tight end is trying to be one of the team’s most consistent blockers as well.
“I was always confident in the pass game, but in the run game I used to get a little nervous because I was on the lighter end,” Wilson said. “But I’ve gotten stronger and I’ve gotten better with my hands. I’m just trusting my feet.”
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