Posted On: 10/17/20 8:00 AM

A look at the offensive lineman top performers from the National Preps Fresno Showcase.

Noah PulealiiNoahPulealii6'4" | OLPalma | 2021StateCA, 2021, Palma, 6’3.5 312 lbs.

The UCLA commit was the offensive lineman MVP of the camp. He proved he was the best OL at the camp showing his athleticism, quick feet, and flexibility. It’s rare to find someone of his size and frame that can move like he does. He also possesses rare versatility with his ability to play anywhere on the OL. Can physically overpower opponents with his strength and continuous leg drive through his blocks. Very capable of effectively blocking at the second level or in space. He has 19 total offers from some of the top power 5 programs in the country including Oklahoma, Florida, Arkansas, ASU, K State, and Utah.

Eric Bristow, 2022, Rio Americano, 6’6.5 291 lbs.

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Bristow is a developing young OL that has flown under the recruiting radar thus far. He has performed well at showcases/camps this offseason and continued to impress the scouts on hand in Fresno. He has

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