At 6-foot-3 and 270 pounds, Pou has the athletic frame to reach 295 or 300 pounds within two years.
He plays with decent technique, but it can re-fined with a couple years of coaching at the next level.
Talent wise, he doesn't have the size or ability to maul people at this level like someone like Vernon Carey. However, Pou has the talent to develop into a mauler a few years from now.
Just what Art Kehoe loves in his linemen, Pou is an effort freak with an outstanding work ethic. His passion for the game is very strong and when you combine all of this together, you have yourself a pretty good offensive line prospect.
He reminds me very much of Joel Rodriguez at this age, but not quite the same technique skills yet. But in terms of upside, he's got a lot of it. In my opinion, enough to play at UM and develop his skills under coach Kehoe.
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