Neto Umeozulu
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Neto Umeozulu

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 291 lbs
Allen, TX
Allen
Class of 2022
Rating: 93
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National Avg
Rating: 92.9
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Alabama
Medium
Arizona State
Medium
Baylor
Medium
Colorado
Medium
Florida State
Medium
Houston
Medium
Illinois State
Medium
Iowa State
Medium
Kansas
Medium
Missouri
Medium
New Mexico
Medium
North Texas
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
SMU
Medium
Texas
Medium
Texas Tech
Medium
USC
Medium
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Videos

(5 Total)
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Highlights: Neto Umeozulu, Allen moving on after beating South Grand Prairie
Highlights: Umeozulu and Allen defeated Denton Braswell on Friday night
Neto Umeozulu So C/O 22
Neto Umeozulu Jr C/O 22

Updates

Ryan Brauninger
12 hrs ago by Ryan Brauninger
BBQ/Pool Party visitor list
Here's the first copy. Obviously, we will have to make some changes as the date draws closer, but this is where we'll start. This is an incredibly strong group. CommitsKaty CB Bobby Taylor Katy DE Malick Sylla Bridgeland QB Conner Weigman Clear Springs WR Noah Thomas Lexington S Jarred Kerr Pilot Point ATH Ish Harris Haslet Eaton OL Hunter Erb Argyle DT Jadon Scarlett The Woodlands LB Martrell Harris Dickinson TE Donovan Green Dickinson OL PJ Williams Spokane (WA) K Ethan Moczulski The Woodlands College Park PWO OL Chance Jackson Brazos Christian PWO DS Levi Hancock2023 Zachary (LA) QB Eli Holstein 2023 Wylie East DE Anthony James 2022 TargetsNorth Shore CB Denver Harris CyPark LB Harold Perkins Atascocita OL Kam Dewberry Clear Lake CB Julian Humphrey Beaumont West Brook DB Bryce Anderson Ft Worth Brewer DT Bear Alexander Port Arthur Memorial CB Jaylon Guilbeau (likely)Spearman ATH Brenen Thompson Duncanville DE Omari Abor Spring CB Dorian Friend (maybe)Allen OL Neto Umeozulu Ft Bend Marshall WR Chris Marshall (maybe)Bainbridge (GA) CB Deyon Bouie Powell (TN) DT Walter Nolen Ponchatoula (LA) S Jacoby Mathews Opa Locka (FL) DE Shemar Stewart Baton Rouge (LA) RB LeVeon MossUnderclass targets2023's Desoto WR Johntay Cook Haslet Eaton TE Jaden Platt Denton Ryan LB Anthony Hill El Campo RB Rueben Owens Lewisville DE Jordan Renaud Amarillo Tascosa DE Avion Carter (likely)Marlin LB Derion Gullette Smithson Valley OL Colton Thomasson A&M Consolidated WR Wesley Greaves Raleigh (MS) LB Suntarine Perkins Miami (FL) WR Jalen Brown 2024's Desoto DL Caleb Mitchell Leesburg (GA) DT Omar White
Jason Howell
13 days ago by Jason Howell
A few Wednesday recruiting notes
I was able to get out to Allen this morning and caught up with 2023 DL David Hicks. The biggest news is he does not have any more visits planned. He was hoping to make it to the Texas A&M BBQ but he has a family event that day and he will not be able to attend. That said, the Aggies continue to position themselves well in his recruiting process. He is keeping an open mind right now, but I look for Texas A&M to be very involved. He has a strong relationship with the staff and him and his family are in close contact with coach Elijah Robinson. I also got a chance to see Hicks get some work in today and I have to say he is making a strong case for the state's No. 1 spot. He currently sits No. 2 but that is definitely something on my mind as we prepare to sit down to discuss rankings. Hicks passes the eye test and then he has elite power and twitchy athleticism. He also has some powerful hands and he seems like he is all effort on every rep. Allen standout 2023 DL and Texas A&M target David Hicks (@DJ2g23) getting warmed up on a Wednesday. @coachdhicks @CoachWillBryant @alleneaglesfb pic.twitter.com/j2B28JjaiF— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) July 14, 2021 One prospect I was not able to connect with today was 2022 OL Neto Umeozulu. He put in some good work today though and looks just like you would expect one of the top OLs in Texas to look. Light on his feet, powerful, and nasty, plus he looks like he is in great shape right now. On the recruiting front he is keeping his cards close to the vest and it is hard to get a real feel for what he is thinking. He was wearing USC gear today and he has taken an OV to LA, so it is safe to say the Trojans are very much a team to watch right now. As far as the Aggies, coach Henson has been on his trail, and he remains a top target. Standout 2022 OL and Texas A&M target Neto Umeozulu (@neto_umeozulu) can flat out get it@coachdhicks @CoachWillBryant @alleneaglesfb pic.twitter.com/inLcfwCSqM— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) July 14, 2021 Neto's little brother, Zina Umeozulu, has added about 15 pounds since I saw him earlier this year and he also looks like he has grown an inch or two. The 2024 DE checks in right around 6-4, 215 and is going to turn some heads in the fall.2024 QB Michael Hawkins is quickly establishing himself as one of the top QBs in the state for 2024 and already holds an offer from NC State. I also liked what I saw from 2023 TE Steven Gorski The 6-3, 220-pound standout moved from Milwaukee (WI) to Allen. He posted a 4.6 40 and a 34-inch vertical this spring.
Late June Recruiting Snapshot: Offensive Line
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Late June Recruiting Snapshot: Offensive Line
As summer recruiting continues to heat up in College Station, Texas A&M and Jimbo Fisher are still in pursuit of many of the nation's top 2022 prospects. Billy Liucci continues his position-by-position series, today analyzing some of A&M's top offensive line targets.
Ask Liucci, Part 2: Beating Bama, statues for Johnny, Von, Myles and Mike & more
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Ask Liucci, Part 2: Beating Bama, statues for Johnny, Von, Myles and Mike & more
Billy knocks out another long list of subscriber questions, hovering around the theme of putting Alabama and Nick Saban in the crosshairs, and including a pile of notes on A&M's recruiting momentum and what it will take to see statues of some of the recent greats.
Liucci: First in-person visit weekend in Aggieland sets bar extremely high
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Liucci: First in-person visit weekend in Aggieland sets bar extremely high
After a large number of recruits flocked to College Station over the weekend for in-person visits, the Aggies have caught the attention of many high-profile guys. Billy Liucci discusses the weekend and more recruiting notes as a busy June is officially underway.
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