Two weeks ago against Cal, the redshirt freshman picked off three passes to tie a UCLA record and earn Pac-12 defensive player of the week honors.
The 240-pound senior has played in Johnathan Franklin's shadow the last couple of years, but this year, he's right behind Franklin with 549 yards, while scoring a team-best 11 touchdowns.
The junior three-year starter is the Bruins' leading rusher with 606 yards and has scored five touchdowns, but he'll have a hard time matching last year's 1,127-yard total, which was the 10th best in UCLA history.
He started for two seasons, before being slowed by an injury early in the season and getting replaced by Richard Brehaut. But since Brehaut broke his leg, Prince has regained the No. 1 spot. His numbers aren't great — he has completed 54.8 percent of his passes for 831 yards and four touchdowns — but he is a threat to run with 296 net yards this year.
He leads the team with 40 catches for 765 yards and a touchdown, including a 76-yarder vs. Arizona State. Coming into this season he had 82 receptions , ranking 26th on the UCLA all-time list. At 6-5, 219 pounds, he has the size to play in the NFL.