Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL
DE

David Ojabo

Defensive End
6′5″ / 233 lbs
Blairstown, NJ
Blair Academy
Class of 2019
Rating: 91
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National Avg
Rating: 90.5
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School Preferences

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Michigan
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Arizona State
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Baylor
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Boston College
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California
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Central Florida
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Clemson
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Duke
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Minnesota
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Nebraska
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Ole Miss
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Penn State
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Pittsburgh
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Purdue
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Rutgers
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Syracuse
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Temple
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Tennessee
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Vanderbilt
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Virginia
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West Virginia
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Videos

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First Football Szn

Updates

1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Short note on recent OOS visitor
During the middle of the week, Texas A&M hosted Blairstown (NJ) DE David Ojabo for an unofficial visit. He spent a lot of time with Terry Price, and I've heard that he has given a strong impression that he intends to visit again early in the fall. I'd pencil him in for that Clemson weekend if I had to make a guess. Remember, he's a basketball kid that just took to football in the last year or so.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Midweek out of state visitor
Blairstown (NJ) DE David Ojabo will be in College Station today. The 6-5, 235 pounder will spend the day with Terry Price, Mike Elko, and meet with Jimbo Fisher. A source tells me that the Aggies have work to do here, but it'll be good for both parties to gauge interest in each other throughout the visit. Ojabo is relatively new to football after being primarily a basketball kid his whole life. He's burst onto the football scene by running some pretty exceptional times on the track with that type of frame...similar to what A&M commit Baylor Cupp has done.We'll have more on the other side of the visit.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Coaches continue to hit the road
The Aggies are up in the Northeast today, and defensive line coach Elijah Robinson tweeted he is on the trail in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey. I have heard from a few sources in the northeast that the Aggies are likely to see a few top prospects. Connecticut is home to 2020 DT offer Tre Williams. He visited A&M last summer and he is trying to return this summer. Coach Price was already on him before coach Fisher and staff arrived, and Williams also visited Baylor and was offered by Elijah Robinson around the same time as A&M last summer. In New York, defensive end Adisa Isaac continues to keep an eye on the Aggies. He took an official visit last month and the Aggies have already visited him once this spring. It is also home to defensive tackle Jared Harrison-Hunte. He is another the Aggies have offered and have been working on since the spring.Blairtown (NJ) Blair Academy DE David Ojabo is the most recent offer of these guys and it sounds like he will see the Aggies this week too. Coaches will also be active in the DFW area. Aledo's Jeffery Carter will see coach Linguist this week. We mentioned things were picking up with Mesquite Poteet 2020 RB Seth McGowan after talking to him at the Opening regional in Dallas. He has yet to receive an offer but he has been in contact with the coaches and I was told by a source in Mesquite that the Aggies will be by to see him this week.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
A couple of new offers
Blairstown (NJ) Blair Academy 2019 DE David Ojabo https://twitter.com/davidojabo/status/992740299565928448https://www.hudl.com/video/3/8378734/5a0a5d225eec6d0e84a413b1Bogart (GA) Prince Ave 2022 ATH Jake Johnson (6-4, 190)https://twitter.com/jakejohnson2022/status/992472265727102978Johnson is the brother of 2020 QB offer Max Johnson and the son of former Super Bowl Champ and FSU QB Brad Johnsonhttp://www.hudl.com/video/2/42071/59dcbe270dca58242c4a06d1

Career Stats

Season

Honors

40-yard dash

4.75

Shuttle

4.40

Vertical

33.3

Power Ball

40.0

SPARQ

106.74
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