Scout.com has learned that Klemm has accepted the run game coordinator and offensive line position with the Bruins while Broussard will be added to the staff as UCLA's running backs coach.
On the day that he was introduced as the new head coach at UCLA, Mora adds two of the premier recruiters in the country.
Klemm prepped at St. Monica High School before embarking on a college career at Hawaii, where he played his senior year for June Jones, the head coach he worked for at SMU.
Following his 1999 senior season with the Warriors, Klemm was drafted in the 2000 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.
Klemm would win three Super Bowl rings with the Patriots before retiring.
He joined the staff of SMU in 2009 to play for his old coach Jones, and quickly developed a reputation as one of the top recruiters in the country.
He was named by FoxSports.com/Scout.com as the 2010 Conference USA Recruiter of the Year, and signed California prospects like four-star linebacker Davon Moreland and Pac-12 prospects like Dontae Levingston.
Broussard had previously coached at Washington State, where he played for the Cougars and joined the Arizona State staff, where he was instrumental in getting commitments from numerous prospects in the 2012 class out of Southern California, including five commits from Long Beach Poly.