Hammad Going National

Rami Hammad impressed on the national stage at the Semper Fi Bowl in Carson, Calif., being named as the "most dominating" offensive lineman in the game. Shortly after that performance schools across the country sent scholarship offers...

The stock of Rami Hammad, a 6-foot-5, 320-pound offensive lineman from Irving (Tex.) High, is on the rise.

He recently starred in the Second Annual Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, drawing the eye of national scouts in attendance.

"(Hammad) was the most impressive offensive lineman by far," said Scout.com National Recruiting Analyst, Greg Biggins. "He's a big, physical player with very good feet and toughness."

"His fellow offensive linemen nicknamed Hammad the ‘pass pro wizard' because of how dominant he has been in the one-on-one drills."

Hammad, who is currently the #29-ranked offensive guard nationally, added about his performance, "I just want to thank my dad (Sam Hammad) and my coach (Aaron De La Torre). I am trying to represent the Tiger Nation!"

Hammad went in to the event with a point to prove that he deserves to be mentioned amongst the best, but he is still motivated to work even harder.

"I want to be the very best at my position," Hammad stated.

After arriving home, the Baylor verbal commitment found out that he had received an abundance new offers from "UCLA, Cal, Michigan State, Utah, Cincinnati and Texas Tech".

"I have also been in contact with Texas and they are evaluating me for an offer," Hammad confirmed.

"I am just taking it all in right now. Each and every offer is a blessing and I want as many of them as I can get."

Hammad confirmed that he remains committed to Baylor, but has also been up front and honest about wanting to "evaluate every new opportunity."

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