Ogbuehi Ready To Compete

2010 Texas A&M signee Cedric Ogbuehi cemented his place in the four star ranks on several occasions this year. Ogbuehi followed a sackless opposition from five star Texas signee Jackson Jeffcoat during the season with a monster performance playing left tackle in the U.S. Army All American Bowl, showing off his upside in eye-opening fashion to national scouts.

2010 Texas A&M signee Cedric Ogbuehi cemented his place in the four star ranks on several occasions this year. Ogbuehi followed a sackless opposition from five star Texas signee Jackson Jeffcoat during the season with a monster performance playing left tackle in the U.S. Army All American Bowl, showing off his upside in eye-opening fashion to national scouts.

Despite his current perceived lack of size and power, Ogbuehi has become of the most highly regarded signees in a loaded offensive line class for Texas A&M. The 6-foot-4, 275 pound Allen product signals a coming of age for A&M's offensive line and maintains the athleticism necessary to man the left tackle position for several seasons.

Though not currently playing any sports, Ogbuehi maintains his competitive edge in the weight room. "I work out a lot and am trying to stay at around 270 heading onto campus. My athleticism is my asset on the field and I am trying to keep that and get even more athletic." Ogbuehi admits to being impartial to redshirting, but would like to get better with his offensive line technique after playing defensive end most of his life and, if he gets the chance, "play as much as possible".

Ogbuehi plans to hit campus in early June and will be rooming with fellow signees Dominique Patterson and Nate Askew, and Ben Malena.


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