Draft Scouting Report

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 88.45 (Long-term starter)

Pro Comparison: David Ojabo


BJ Ojulari is a lighter EDGE who wins with a multitude of rushes. His first-step quicks will threaten some OLs, but he's more of a smooth, long-strider than exceptionally explosive. He has a full pass-rush move arsenal and loves the arm over. His cross-chop move is good, too. He must get stronger despite aggressive nature when setting the edge and playing the run. He uses his length well to keep blockers from getting into his frame. Overall, he's a pass-rushing specialist best-suited as a stand-up OLB in the NFL, and he will take time to acclimate to normal run-stopping duties of an NFL edge.


  • Pro-ready pass-rusher with good collegiate productivity
  • First-step burst and loaded pass-rush move arsenal
  • Despite power deficiency, works hard against the run and to defeat blocks


  • Average-at-best power
  • Run-stopping far behind pass-rush ability right now
  • More of a smooth athlete than an explosive one
  • Doesn't have ideal size or length

Combine Results:

  • Vertical: 32.5 inches
  • Broad Jump: 10 feet, 6 inches

SEC West Standings

Team Conf Overall
6-2 11-2
6-2 10-4
4-4 9-4
4-4 8-5
3-5 7-6
2-6 5-7
2-6 5-7

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 248 lbs
Birthplace: Marietta, GA
Class: Junior