Biography: Four-year starter awarded honorable mention All-Conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 37/7.5/2.5 in just eight games as he struggled with assorted leg injuries. Junior numbers included 51/6/9 after 49/12/5.4 as a sophomore.
Positives: Nice-sized, athletic defensive lineman who's been hampered with injury throughout his college career. Moves well about the field, displays a solid change of direction, and plays with good pad level. Collapses down the line, making plays laterally, consistently focused on by opponents and rarely off his feet. Covers a lot of area on the field. Shows ability stuffing the run or as a pass rusher.
Negatives: Struggles getting off blocks at the point of attack. Injuries seemed to sap him of explosion and quickness last season.
Analysis: When healthy and at the top of his game, Oghobaase is a game impacting defensive lineman who could be used at tackle or as a two gap end. He offers a lot of potential and upside for the next level and could develop into a starter for an NFL team if he's able to stay healthy and get his game back on track.
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