Parents of Michigan star David Ojabo will see their son play for the first time Saturday
It’s already been a memorable season for Michigan pass rusher David Ojabo. He has 10 sacks and five forced fumbles in 11 games in only his fifth full season of football while playing on the other side of star defensive end Aidan Hutchinson. Ojabo’s play has his name is soaring up NFL Draft boards.
Saturday’s rivalry game between the sixth-ranked Wolverines (10-1) and fourth-ranked Ohio State (10-1) in Ann Arbor will be extra special for Ojabo as it will be the first time that his parents have seen the redshirt sophomore play in-person.
My parents finally get to come see me play college football this weekend🖤 AMAZING feeling !!
— KingJabo👑 (@DavidOjabo) November 23, 2021
Born in Nigeria, Ojabo moved to Aberdeen, Scotland, in 2007 before coming to the United States to attend New Jersey’s Blair Academy, where he played soccer and basketball as a sophomore.
Ojabo played football for the first time as a junior, and Michigan ended up signing the four-star recruit over the likes of Notre Dame, Penn State, Texas A&M, Clemson and Michigan State.
David Ojabo's parents will see him play a game for the first time Saturday:
“(Mom)'s gotta know it’s different seeing it in the flesh. You’re going to hear the pads popping and the fans chirping. She’s gotta keep her cool and know her son’s okay.”https://t.co/g0l9yGh0lq
— Anthony Broome (@anthonytbroome) November 23, 2021
Saturday’s game between Michigan and Ohio State will air Saturday starting at 11 a.m. CT on FOX.