UCLA football: Aaron Wallace and Aaron Porter no longer enrolled

UCLA's Aaron Porter tackles running back James Jordon during a 2013 spring practice session. Porter, who moved from linebacker to running back last fall, is not presently enrolled at the university.
(Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times)

UCLA will be without linebacker Aaron Wallace and running back Aaron Porter this spring. Neither is enrolled for the spring quarter.

Their status will be reevaluated. Both are believed to be working through academic issues.

A UCLA official would not comment beyond announcing the two were not in school.

Wallace, who played at Rancho Bernardo High, started three games last season and finished with four tackles. Porter, who played at La Habra High, saw action in one game.



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