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Owamagbe Odighizuma

Aug 30, 2014; Charlottesville, VA, USA; UCLA Bruins defensive lineman Owamagbe Odighizuwa (94) and Bruins linebacker Eric Kendricks (6) line up against the Virginia Cavaliers at Scott Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

A name just about every fan will not know how to pronounce if their favorite team drafts him….it’s easier to just call him Diggy, or OO (Double oh).

The first thing that stands out about Owamagbe Odighizuma is how physically gifted he is. At 6’3, 267 pounds, he’s completely shredded. He looks powerful and he plays that way too.

Diggy is incredibly strong at the point of attack, has violent hand usage and great lower body strength. He’s also a very good athlete and one of his best traits is his ability to convert speed to power.

He’s also got a quick first step and a non-stop motor, and when combined with his other positive traits, makes him a very disruptive player.

Odighizuma is most impressive as a run stopper but he is lagging a bit as a pass rusher. He won’t win around the edge often and needs to develop some counter moves to help with that. His main concern is health. He’s got a scary medical history, specifically with his hips, as he’s had two surgeries already.

Here a couple plays to show you what he’s about.

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