The first four years of the game, UCLA had a commit invited to Orlando, including Brett Hundley for the 2011 game.
Last year, though, UCLA didn't have a commit at UnderArmour, nor anyone who later chose them. This year, they have two verbals in the game, and a few more players that are strongly considering the Bruins.
Encinitas (Calif.) La Costa Canyon center Scott Quessenberry, who committed to the Bruins in October, will play for Team White, the lone Bruin pledge on his squad.
St. Petersburg (Fla.) punter Sean Covington, will get to play in his hometown during the game (which is played at the Tropicana Dome), and the Bruin verbal is on Team Black, the third time a Bruin special teamer has been selected (Jeff Locke in 2008 and Kip Smith in 2010).
Two of UCLA's top targets, both on the defensive side of the ball, will be on opposing teams.
Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza cornerback Priest Willis, who could announce his decision at the UnderArmour Game, will be playing for Team White.
Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou linebacker Isaac Savaiinaea, who plans to announce during the game, between UCLA and Texas A&M, will be playing for Team Black.
Milton (Ga.) defensive end Carl Lawson, who's committed to Auburn, but had indicated he'll visit UCLA, and had UCLA coaches in for an in-home earlier this month, will also play for Team Black.