Uneik Crumbley has a unique name and he is in a unique situation because he is one of the top offensive linemen I have seen at camps this summer and he has yet to pick up his first scholarship offer.
Crumbley is out of Americus (GA) Americus-Sumter and I have yet to see his film, but I saw enough over the weekend to say with confidence that he could play college football on a very high level.
He measured in at Auburn on Saturday at 6-foot-3 and 348 pounds. That weight may look heavy, but he carries it very well.
He is well built, he moves well, and he is very strong. He sets his base in one on ones and he stones most defensive tackles that go at him. He is only 16 years old and is already bench pressing well over 300 pounds.
The South Georgia senior was dominant at Georgia and he did not lose one battle there. At Auburn, he was sharp, but he did lose a couple of battles during the one on ones. I think he gave both coaching staffs a lot to think about if they are looking for an offensive guard.
Crumbley was informed that he would have an offer waiting for him at Southern Miss is he attended their camp on Saturday, but he could not travel that far, so he took his game to Auburn.
No offers yet and he is getting ready to begin his senior year. His film should be on Scout soon and maybe that will lead to more attention. He truly deserves it.
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