Emeka Egbuka is coming off of a big performance at the All-American Combine.
The four-star high school sophomore’s recruitment was already off to a fast start. Now, he is getting a ton of attention by many national football powers.
Egbuka, a native of Steilacoom, Washington, is open to turning his attention away from only West Coast programs.
He’s starting to hear from schools from SEC country, as well as powers in the Midwest.
While he doesn’t have rankings from every recruiting site yet, 247 has him at No. 38 in the class of 2021. He is the No. 2 ‘athlete,’ and No. 3 recruit in Washington.
Egbuka is also a high level baseball player, and Florida State has told him he would have the opportunity to play both sports.
Emeka Egbuka recently outlined a few big visits he plans to make in the next few months.
He will get out to the Midwest to see Michigan, Notre Dame, and Ohio State, and down to UCLA. From 247Sports:
“I’ve been talking a lot with Michigan and Notre Dame and in March, I’m going to the Midwest to do a three-school visit of Notre Dame, Ohio State and Michigan,” said Egbuka. “And I’ve been talking a lot with UCLA and I’ll be going down to UCLA in February.”
He also mentions Auburn, Stanford, and Washington specifically, and programs like Arizona State, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wisconsin come up as programs that he has interest in.
As a 2021 recruit, there is plenty of time to whittle things down, but it is clear that Egbuka is going to be a coveted player over the next few years.