Possesses the kind of initial get off burst to threaten gaps inside as a nose, but simply lacks the kind of strength and pad level to cleanly disengage and make his way toward the football. Consistently is able to make his way into the backfield, but too often gets pushed past the ball and washed out inside. Has a motor that runs nonstop with the kind of range to make plays away from his frame, but struggles to consistently free himself and keep his frame clean. Is a bit stouter at the point of attack than his frame would indicate, but again too often gets upright. Isn’t a real violent striker/puncher at the point and can be sealed from the football vs. any kind of additional attention.
Impression: He’s scheme limited at the next level, but has the athleticism to make the occasional play behind the line. Is the prototypical late-round Colts-type pick."
Positive: Small yet explosive one-gap defender who gets the most from his ability. Displays tremendous first-step quickness, is built low to the ground, and gets leverage on opponents. Resilient, fights hard, and keeps his feet moving up the field. Works his hands to get off blocks. Fires through the gaps of the offensive line, plays with explosiveness, and is fluid changing direction or altering his angle of attack.
Negative: Easily knocked from his angle of attack by the first blocker. Just average skill in pursuit. Marginal pass rushing skills.
Analysis: Ogbu has been a productive college lineman and projects as a one-gap penetrating defensive tackle in a four-man line at the next level. His quickness and explosiveness are enticing, but Ogbu must produce in camp this summer to have a shot at a reserve a spot on a final roster."
Negatives: Undersized... Short arms... Not very strong... Can be stood up... Not very powerful and can be overwhelmed at the point of attack... Doesn't get off blocks especially well... Gets a little too upright when losing sight of the ball... Can be washed down the LOS... Can be slow to locate the ball... Relies too much on his initial quickness... Scheme limited, does not fit in an odd-man front."
Due to a lack of size, he has limited options as he does not fit into a 3-4 scheme. He is best suited as a one or three technique, meaning he should be lined up on either shoulder of the center or the outside shoulder of either guard. The summary of what a fan needs to know about this is simply that Ogbu isn't very versatile and would only make a good fit for a small handful of teams.
This limitation really limits his draft projection. While he is very strong and possesses above average agility and lateral mobility, he remains too small and doesn't have enough upside to merit draft consideration. There are plenty of players that come out in his position every season and many are bigger, stronger and faster than Ogbu.
Ogbu projects as a seventh round pick or an undrafted free agent in the 2011 NFL Draft."
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