'23 CA DE - Matayo Uiagalelei (Verbal Offer)

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    6. MATAYO UIAGALELEI, DE
    A teammate of Woodyard at California’s St. John Bosco High School, Uiagalelei also already looks like he could be playing college football right now even though he still has two years of high school remaining. The younger brother of Clemson quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei and the No. 47 overall prospect in the class of 2023, Matayo Uiagalelei looked like a future star defensive end while going through an individual workout with Larry Johnson at Ohio State’s June 16 camp.

    At 6-foot-4 and 255 pounds, Uiagalelei is already built to play at the next level, and he pairs that size with explosiveness, quickness and power. Physically, he was one of the most impressive players at Ohio State all month, and he demonstrated an array of pass-rushing moves while being coached through drills by Johnson.

    Had Uiagalelei camped with the rest of the defensive linemen and dominated as he likely would have in one-on-one drills, he could be even higher on this list. He showed more than enough during his workout, though, to prove why he’s being pursued by nearly all of the nation’s top programs.

    While Clemson could have the upper hand in his recruitment as his brother becomes the Tigers’ new starting quarterback this year, the younger Uiagalelei’s decision to make an unofficial visit to Ohio State indicates the Buckeyes are a contender to land him, though he wasn’t yet certain at the camp whether he would return to Columbus for a game this fall.
     
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