Sacramento (Calif.) Grant offensive lineman Orlando Umana is one of the top linemen in Northern California in the 2017 class.
UCLA has been staying in touch with him this fall and, on Tuesday, the Bruins offered the rising three-star.
The 6-5, 315-pound Umana plays for one of the most storied programs in Northern California. He's a pile-driver, with good strength and leverage. He shows very good athleticism and feet, too, given his size. While he plays mostly tackle in high school, he projects as an inside player in college, but the athleticism could translate to potentially playing tackle.
He's flow under the radar a bit since he wasn't seen at any spring and summer camps or combines.
But he's been emerging since summer as more schools have discovered him. The Bruins joined a good group of Pac-12 schools in offering Umana, including Arizona, Utah and Washington, and more might be in line to do the same.
Umana visited Washington officially earlier this month.
Among sources close to the situation, it's thought UCLA will be one of the favorites to get one of the four other potential official visits from Umana.
Check out highlights of Umana in action.