The Rosen Effect continues to bear fruit as another blue-chip receiver signs to an already loaded receiving class. Adewale Omotosho, who like recent commit (RB) Brandon Stephens, from Plano, TX just announced that he's committed to playing football and continuing his education at UCLA! Here's his announcement on National Signing Day courtesy of Edward Egros from Fox4 in Dallas.
Omotosho is listed as 6'2" 189 lbs. with a fairly quick 4.56 sec 40 time. He's a top 10 WR from Texas and the Midlands region who was considering Oklahoma State, TCU, and SMU (had a huge list of offers) before picking the Bruins. Scout's analysis of Omotosho
Omotosho is a big-framed wide receiver who can stretch the field vertically with his ability to out-muscle, out-leap or out-run defensive backs he battles. He has continued to look better and better with each and every snap he takes in high school and will become even more dominant as he matures and adds size and strength. True outside receiver. - Greg Powers
With so much speed on deck, this is a fantastic pick-up since he brings size and muscle to the receiving class.
Let's learn a bit about Omotosho thanks to Scout's interview:
He's looking for a great education (check) and wants to study business to set himself up for life after football (check)!
Scout provides us with some of his Junior season highlights:
The Bruins continue to add elite blue-chip talent in their 2016 class, so the coaching staff is closing strong!
Welcome to Westwood, Adewale!