"I just got an offer from Houston and I have offers Idaho and Louisville are schools that have also offered me," Udeogu told JCFootball.com this week. "Texas State is also talking to me a lot right now and we have a bunch of other schools that have been by our school this spring so far."
As a freshman last season, Udeogu started every game at the strong guard spot for the Rams, using his powerful frame to be a a mauler along the offensive front.
"In our offense we switch sides based on the formation so I started at what we call power guard," Udeogu said. "I would say I am better run blocker but I'm good at both (run and pass-blocking). I just enjoy run-blocking because I love putting defensive linemen on their backs."
This offseason, Udeogu has been working on his overall game and technique, but he's been particularly focused on one aspect that he feels can help his team that much more on offense.
"I've been emphasizing on getting more explosive because that will make finishing blocks a lot easier," Udeogu noted.
As a prep at Saint Viator High Cchool in Arlington Heights, Illinois, Udeogu was unable to qualify for a scholarship to a four-year program, so he decided to head to the Bay Area to continue his football career while getting his academics in order.
"One of my friends that I played in high school recommended City College of San Francisco to me when I was looking for a JUCO to go to," Udeogu said. "After coming out to visit and talking to the coaches I knew it was the place for me."
The sophomore-to-be will finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2015 football season.