A&M Commit Eluemunor - Scouting Report

On Monday, the Texas A&M football program received big news when highly-regarded JUCO offensive tackle Jermain Eluemunor switched his verbal commitment from Arkansas to the Aggies. Aggie Websider's David Sandhop breaks down the latest Aggie commit in an exclusive scouting report.

On Monday, the Texas A&M football program received big news when highly-regarded JUCO offensive tackle Jermain Eluemunor switched his verbal commitment from Arkansas to the Aggies after an official visit over the weekend. After watching his film, here's my quick scouting report on the latest Texas A&M commit.


In watching his highlight tape, the one thing that stands out above anything else is his pure, brute strength. The kid manhandles every opponent. Now, the question here is competition, as he's playing in a JUCO in Pennsylvania...not known as the hotbed of JUCO football. The opposing players look a bit undersized. However, what impresses me is how effortlessly he's pancaking some of these DL's. There are a couple of clips where he pushes them back with a one-handed shove.

He's athletic, but I wouldn't say he's athletically elite. He's big (6-foot-5, 305 lbs.), but I wouldn't say he's that much bigger than the other OL's. His footwork is good, but not great...although he sets up surprisingly well and gets in very good position in pass protection.

So he's good at most things, but not great in terms of footwork, athleticism, arm length. But it all comes together and the entire package is elite because of that uncommon strength. I'm almost thinking I'd like him at guard, but he does have the set-up and footwork to be a tackle.

If he gets his mitts on the opposing defender, game is over. He's just physically overpowering and dominant, something that will come in handy in a very physical SEC conference.

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