The UCLA Bruins have released their depth chart in preparation for their matchup with Rice (PDF available here). As was announced earlier in fall camp, Brett Hundley is the starting quarterback, winning the job over seniors Kevin Prince and Richard Brehaut. Considering Prince and Brehaut have significant experience, it's a telling sign that head coach Jim Mora seems to have complete confidence in the redshirt freshman to lead UCLA into the next era of Bruin football.
Johnathan Franklin gets the start at tailback for the Bruins, with Jordon James his primary backup. David Allen takes over at fullback. Darius Bell appaers to be the starter at the Y receiver, with Joseph Fauria (a starter from last year) backing him up. Steven Manfro becomes the F receiver, and Jerry Johnson takes over at the X. The most experienced receiver appears to be Shaq Evans.
Along the offensive line, you have Xavier Su'a-Filo taking over at a position of need at left tackle. Then there's three seniors in Greg Capella at left guard, Jeff Baca at right guard, and Brett Downey at senior. Meanwhile, Jake Brendel is a bit of a question mark at center.
You can view the full UCLA depth chart by clicking and downloading the PDF here.