Watch three-star Louisiana OL Cameron Wire work at The Opening New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS -- The offensive line group at The Opening New Orleans was among the strongest of any position at the event and Cameron Wire was near-dominant at offensive tackle throughout. Scout takes a closer look.

Evaluation Notes: Gonzales (La.) East Ascension offensive tackle Cameron Wire has a near-ideal frame at 6-foot-6, 271 pounds with a gaudy offer list to go along with it. After seeing him in person Sunday, it is not very hard to see why. Not only is he big and long, but the senior-to-be is patient during competition and it helps him manage pass rushers both big and small. Wire can give groud and redirect well enough to neutralize speed rushers while he is stout enough at the point of attack to slow defenders who outweigh him. A good athlete, he could be more efficient with his steps and kick step while his frame still has plenty of room to grow. Once the technique is polished up and Wire gains the good weight most do early on at the college level, few long tackles in the region will have as much upside. 

Recruiting Notes: Wire has nearly three dozen scholarship offers including AlabamaAuburnMississippi StateOregon and Oklahoma, among others.

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