BERKELEY -- Alama Uluave may not be quite as big as his older brother Semisi Uluave, headed into his sophomore season at California, but the 6-foot-3 Honolulu (HI) Punahou lineman has a strong and powerful lower half, and big feet, and as a 2018 prospect, he still has time to grow into the mountain that his brother has become.
The younger Uluave was the most technically-sound offensive lineman throughout his two days at the Bears' weekend full-contact camp, particularly when tasked with run blocking. On pass protection, he showed off an effective punch and active hands, while his quick feet and agility belied his size. He's probably closer to 6-foot-2 than his brother's 6-foot-5, but size will come, and what he has now is a very strong base that will make that additional size that much more effective.
Uluave plays tackle now -- he worked on the right side throughout camp -- but he profiles, like his brother, as more of a guard.