Former ND LB/DE Devin Aupiu tranfers to UCLA!
Per Biggins....As a junior, he helped Pacifica win a state championship and finished the year with 11 quarterback sacks. He played as both a defensive end with his hand in the ground as well as an outside linebacker and excelled in both rolls.
We always liked his frame and he has the positional versatility to play multiple roles and in multiple schemes depending on where his body is at in a few years. He shows a nice burst off the edge, has the speed to run down plays from behind and has a non-stop motor to him.
He has long arms and does a nice job disengaging from blockers and can make plays in the backfield. He plays with a nice edge to him and has a natural mean streak as well. For as long as he is, he’s comfortable playing in space, changing direction and shows good lateral mobility. He’s strong at the point of attack as well and does a nice job in run support.
3 stars are not a BOOM, John55.
Ok, so he's a high 3*. ND has been a really nice pipeline for UCLA. So Cal kids go to ND because of the prestige and tradition, then realize after a while that South Bend is a dump, they get homesick and then some of them transfer to UCLA.
@ATLBRUIN who has been the best ND to ucla transfer? Arnold Ale comes to mind , he should have gone to SC. Carson Colt= baby blue colors. Ale had a cup of coffee in the league. Can’t think of anyone else Who has made an impact.
@BigBallss Shaq Evans, Joe Fauria, Eddie V and now LB Jordan Genmark-Heath is about to make an impact along with Devin Aupiu.
print those National Championship
t shirts today.....Alty will soon be using his to mop up in his doublewide after he stops his onanism
Tard, what's an onanism?
@ATLBRUIN I forgot one thing....most brunes are uneducated...But I did know alty was stupid, my bad. Maybe he is the true board retard.
@thesquat Tard, what is an onanism? We definitely know SUCsters like you are uneducated.
What does a Trojan Football Player and a bottle of Bacardi have in common?
They are both typically found behind bars.