Projected 1st-round pick, Michigan edge rusher gets injured at Pro Day drill
Michigan edge rusher David Ojabo had an injury during the Wolverines’ pro day on Friday morning. It’s hard to say what kind of injury and how bad it is, but it is a scary sight to see.
Ojabo went to the ground clutching his left leg, and had to be helped off the field by trainers. He is a projected 1st-round pick in the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft in April.
Adam Schefter of ESPN broke the news about the injury.
Michigan LB David OJabo, an expected first-round pick next month, just got hurt at Michigan’s pro day and limped off the field with the help of trainers, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 18, 2022
A scary sight at @UMichFootball pro day. Edge rusher David Ojabo sustained injury in pass rush drill. Went down clutching left leg. Not sure if ankle or leg but he had to helped off field. pic.twitter.com/moL8FmbYb0
— Jeffri Chadiha (@jeffrichadiha) March 18, 2022
Ojabo had a great year this past season for Michigan. He was 2nd on the team in sacks (11). He also had 24 solo tackles and 5 forced fumbles.
Hopefully this injury isn’t as bad as it looks.