Ebenezer Ogundeko, DE, Tennessee State
Ogundeko finished his career at Tennessee State, after 1 season at Clemson, where he played in 24 career games, had 105 tackles, 21.0 for loss, 10.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, and 2 fumbles recovered. He has good size for an edge rusher, he has good speed, he has good speed, is was a tackling machine, and put up good sack numbers while at Tennessee State. He gets good pressure on the quaretrback, he is a good pass rusher, and is a very relentless defender. He is a tough nosed player, and he has good instincts. He is also a hard hitter, a run stuffer, a defensive play maker, and a difference maker on defense. He also creates havoc on defense, is a ferocious defender, a very physical defender, and a very powerful defender. He also does not get pushed around that easily, and he uses his speed to get around the Tackle in pursuit of the ball carrier. On the other hand, he has had injury issues in the past, and while he has good speed, he does not have elite edge rush speed, but that does not hurt his game. With that said, I see Ogundeko as a day 3 pick.