Biography: Part-time starter the past two seasons, totaling 19 tackles/3.5 tackles for loss/1.5 sacks as a senior after he had 38/5/7.5 the prior year.
Positives: Undersized college defensive end who flashed skill on the field. Breaks down well, bends his knees and plays with good leverage. Works his hands throughout the action, quickly changes direction and immediately gets back to balance off the initial block. Stays with the action and wraps up when tackling. Displays suddenness in his game and flashes on the scene. Slides down the line of scrimmage to make plays laterally. Capable of penetrating into the backfield and can be a disruptive force.
Negatives: Possesses more of a short-area burst of speed that he cannot sustain. Easily turned from the action or blocked by a single opponent. Minimally productive as a senior.
Analysis: Ojomo was a solid college player who possesses a linebacker?s body with defensive lineman speed. He offers possibilities as a one-gap pass rushing end brought onto the field during third-and-long situations.
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