Michigan defensive lineman returning to the United States after extended stay in Scotland due to pandemic
After an extended stay in Scotland due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan defensive lineman David Ojabo is finally able to return to the United States.
Ojabo took to Twitter to announce the good news on Monday. He was able to visit family while in Scotland, but his stay was extended longer than expected because of the pandemic. Now, he’s eager to return to Ann Arbor and get back to work for the upcoming college football season.
“Gods Timing,” Ojabo wrote on Twitter. “Can’t wait to get back to work with my brothers! #JaboFree.”
— David Ojabo🎈 (@DavidOjabo) July 20, 2020
Ojabo was a 4-star member of Michigan’s 2019 recruiting class. He will be entering the 2020 season as a redshirt freshman.
Ojabo spent his high school years at Blair Academy in New Jersey and has spent nearly half a decade away from his family. He was previously a strong basketball player before getting active on the football field in 2017.
Michigan is surely happy to have their defensive lineman back in Ann Arbor, as well.