Three-star offensive lineman Geoffrey Schwartz (6-7, 315, 5.2) from Pacific Palisades, Calif., burst onto the recruiting scene due to a series of outstanding camp and combine performances. Schwartz was able to take his fine camp play and continue his fine showing on the gridiron and had a fine senior season.
A player like Schwartz could be just what the doctor ordered if your team could use an offensive lineman with great potential. He is really coming into his own as a football player and hasn’t even begun to scratch the surface of his talent.
Schwartz is a neophyte to the game of football and a diamond in the rough with unlimited potential. Once he gets some polishing on the next level there is no telling how good this guy is going to be. His junior season was his first playing offense and he was selected all-league. His first season playing football was his freshman season.
Schwartz has offers from Oregon, Arizona, Stanford, UCLA and Utah. He will visit Oregon on December 5th and Arizona on December 19th.
UCLA is also working on a visit date with Schwartz.
“I will visit UCLA,” Schwartz said. “We are in the process of getting the date together.”
Colorado and ASU are also showing some recruiting interest in Schwartz.
Schwartz had a great senior season though his was young and through some growing pains.
Schwartz was so impressive that is on field performance saw him selected to participate in the California/Florida All-Star game in January.