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NFL Draft Player Spotlight: Dalton Hilliard, UCLA

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NFL Draft Bible brings you five-tool prospect Dalton Hilliard of UCLA. Heading into 2012, Hilliard was slated to be a featured running back under new Bruins head coach Jim Mora Jr. but due to injuries that left the secondary depleted, Hilliard put the team first and returned to the defensive side of the ball. He played both safety and linebacker this past season, helping lead UCLA to their most successful season in nearly a decade with a 9-5 record. The Hawaii native capped off a strong senior campaign with a standout performance in the Holiday Bowl, finishing with six tackles and a forced fumble and kept his draft season momentum rolling in the Casino Del Sol All-Star Classic, with a 74-yard interception return for a touchdown. Does the name sound familiar football fans? Find out the story behind one of the most underrated prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft with host Ric Serritella.