Offensive tackle Kolton Miller talks about his reaction to Chip Kelly‘s hire, what it might mean for his future at UCLA and how he thinks he performed this year.
With 101 tackles on the year, senior linebacker Kenny Young earned his first career first-team All-Pac-12 honor on Tuesday, along with second-team honors for quarterback Josh Rosen, offensive tackle Kolton Miller and safety Jaleel Wadood.
Receivers Darren Andrews and Jordan Lasley, offensive linemen Scott Quessenberry and Najee Toran and defensive lineman Jacob Tuioti-Mariner were named honorable mentions.
More on UCLA’s all-conference performers.
Wide receiver Darren Andrews talks about working under new offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch and learning yet another new offense.
Offensive lineman Kolton Miller talks about coming back from his broken ankle and making the move to left tackle.
Running back Soso Jamabo talks about bouncing back from UCLA’s terrible running year last season and being the No. 1 option at running back.
Quarterbacks coach Marques Tuiasosopo talks about his seven (!) quarterbacks, the competition for the backup spot, and what impresses him about Mike Fafaul, Devon Modster and Matt Lynch.
Offensive lineman Kolton Miller talks about the offseason conditioning program and his title as Conor McDermott‘s “mini me.”
Offensive lineman Poasi Moala talks about his haircut, his new-found focus and the unity on the offensive line.
Also, apologies for the extraordinarily low-quality videos today. My phone was having a rough day in the sun.