Young, talented and raw, the UCLA secondary is going to rely heavily on a pair of true freshmen to lead the secondary.
Priest Willis and Tahaan Goodman come to Westwood with high expectations and showed why during UCLA's 10-day San Bernardino training camp.
Freshman cornerback Willis arrived to UCLA's fall training camp without knowing if he would be able to play this season or not. The cornerback from Phoenix, Ariz., had been admitted to UCLA, so he was allowed to practice, but had yet to hear from the NCAA about being cleared academically to play this season.
But on the first day. Willis impressed, grabbing a tipped interception, and the five-star prospect was cleared by the NCAA on the following day.
Goodman, a safety has long been considered one of the top defensive backs in the area, and the four-star prospect was dominant at Rancho Cucamonga. Goodman made several highlight-reel hits in San Bernardino, leading another freshman cornerback, Tyler Foreman, to marvel from the s...