UCLA's offensive line, a weakness in recent years, received a big boost this week when guard Stanley Hasiak was reinstated from indefinite suspension, according to the LA Daily News.
Hasiak, a highly touted 2009 recruit, looked like a candidate to start as a true freshman before his combustible personality got him into trouble. He left the team for personal reasons at one point and was involved in a number of altercations with teammates.
Hasiak will participate in spring practices, which begin April 1.
The Bruins welcome back four starters on their line, the lone departure being Xavier Su'a-Filo, who started at left tackle as a true freshman but opted to go on a two-year LDS mission after the season.