Obinna Eze set to tackle senior season

Just entering his second year of prep football, Obinna Eze continues to turn heads. See what the Scout four-star prospect said about competing against the country's best pass rushers.

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Obinna Eze continues to gain more and more attention from college coaches across the country.

When the fundamentals catch up to the athleticism, coachability and competitiveness in the Davidson (Tenn.) Academy senior, the Scout four-star offensive tackle has a bonafide shot at seeing his gridiron career take off.

Eze played junior varsity ball in Nashville a year ago. Following events like last week's The Opening Finals and various combines, the 6-foot-7, 277-pounder expects to have a solid senior season before his college career starts.

"I've always considered myself a technician, but I've learned how to play with power," Eze said.

See what the Scout No. 208 prospect in the 2017 class said about working at NIKE Headquarters, dealing with a bad ankle, his recruitment, his official visit plans and more by watching the video below:


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