Bruton was the talk of spring camp and Hennessy is looking to build off an outstanding first season, where he started 12 games.
The players and coaching staff are comfortable with one another as Geoff Collins begins his second season with the Owls.
Villanova's Jalen Brunson and Temple's Tanaya Atkinson are Big Five players of the year.
Both players ended a successful spring with strong performances in Cherry & White game, played before more than 5,000 fans.
Newcomers such as wide receiver Sean Ryan and quarterback Trad Beatty will be among the players of interest on Saturday.
Collins said this will be a chance for a lot of the younger players to move up the depth chart.
Offensive assistant Adam DiMichele, a former Temple quarterback, gave his view on all four of the QBs in camp.
Moving from Fran Dunphy to Aaron McKie, did Temple handle this well? Not necessarily.
Dunphy will coach one final season, his 13th with the Owls, and McKie will be the associate head coach one year before taking over.
Nobody has emerged this spring as the favorite to replace four-year starting punter Alex Starzyk for the Owls.
Neighbors have rejected the community center, calling it a stadium bribe and criticizing its rollout as another tone-deaf example of the university's inability to engage with residents.
Arians returned this weekend for a coaching clinic at Temple on Friday and for alumni day during spring practice on Saturday.
Ya-Sin will play his final season for the Owls after spending the previous three years at FCS program Presbyterian College.