Edoga shakes things up

2015 Powder Springs (GA) McEachern offensive tackle Chuma Edoga shared some changes to his top group of schools. One school has been eliminated while another has surged back to the top.

2015 Powder Springs (GA) McEachern offensive tackle Chuma Edoga is viewed by many as one of the best prospects on the line amonst all current juniors in the nation. His offer list is further proof of that notion.

Receiving scholarship opportunities from Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, South Carolina, and Tennessee, Edoga will have his pick of the litter when he makes his college choice.

He has made some changes to his top group recently. One school has been eliminated and another has surged back to the top.

"I eliminated Oregon from my top group because they don't have my major," said Edoga. "I want to do aeronautical engineering in college and they don't have that option there. It's a good program and one that I definitely considered but I need to look for the perfect fit."

"I'm putting Tennessee back in front," he added. "They're my leader and I also like Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, Auburn, Georgia, and Maryland."

What has caused the Volunteers to rise to the top again for Edoga? He shares his thoughts.

"I like Tennessee because I had a great time when I went up there this summer," he stated. "I loved the campus and everybody up there. They are all great people. They also have a new engineering program and they built a new building for it, too."

The Buckeyes have constantly been mentioned by Edoga when he refers to his top group. The coaches at Ohio State are a large reason.

"I like Ohio State because of how the coaches always keep in contact with me," he explained. "They show how much they want me too and tell me how they have a plan for me. They also excel in academics."

Georgia is the in-state school for the four-star prospect and a program he grew up a fan of.

"Georgia was one of my favorite schools growing up," Edoga admitted. "I have a good relationship with Coach Friend, their offensive line coach."

Edoga may take some visits in the near future.

"I'm probably going to take a few visits soon," he noted. "It will probably just be to the schools closer to where I'm from for now."

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