The UCLA Bruins added some firepower in the wide receiver department via the NCAA Transfer Portal. With the position group lacking veterans, Jake Bobo and Titus Mokiao-Atimalala transferred in from Duke and UCF, respectively. That’s good news for UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson.
The UCLA signal-caller came back for one more season after a career year in 2021. Not only did the team acquire transfers, but Thompson-Robinson felt the Bruins put together quite the offense going into next season.
“Yeah, exactly, and the transfers have been really big,” Thompson-Robinson said. “They’ve always been big in Coach Kelly’s era here, but this year, I think we have some really special transfers. You mentioned guys like (Jake) Bobo, Titus (Mokiao-Atimalala). Those guys add experience as well as maturity to the (wide receiver) group. That’s such a young and inexperienced group at the receiver position.
So I think we’re gonna be really good this year. I think we’re gonna be really good this year, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Obviously, with me and Zach (Charbonnet) coming back, that adds another dimension. I think we got something special. I don’t want to say too much.”