Another day, another Texas signee finding success at the Under Armour All-America practices.
After Justice Finkley and B.J. Allen Jr. gained some recognition on the defensive side of the ball on Friday, a member on the opposite side of the ball was listed as a standout as well.
Four-star offensive lineman Neto Umeozulu, who is one of the six offensive linemen that Kyle Flood landed in a tremendous class, has reportedly been as solid as they come during the practices ahead of the Under Armour All-America game.
247Sports’ Chris Singletary wrote about his versatility and success he has had against top pass rushers like five-star Texas A&M signee Walter Nolen. Here is what Singletary saw from Umeozulu:
Umeozulu has played just about every spot on the line this week and had success at all of them. He is very technically sound. He also has been very willing to go against top guys like Walter Nolen and had a good rep against Nolen on Friday. A Texas signee, Umeozulu has helped his stock this week.
The success that Texas signees have been having at this event bodes extremely well for a Longhorns team that will need some of them to come in and have an immediate impact in order to lift the program to the next level.