Draft Profile: RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska

By: Steve Johnson

Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nebraska

6’0 230

Senior

D.O.B. 10/2/96

*combine measurements and drills added in Feb.

Stats/Accolades/History:

2015: 8 games. 38 att, 209 yards, 1 TD

2016: 9 games. 97 att, 412 yards, 5 TDs

2017: 10 games. 129 att, 493 yards, 3 TDs

2018: 12 games. 155 att, 1,082 yards, 12 TDs

Misc. Stats: 49 rec, 488 yards in career

Accolades:

Injuries:

History: Three-star recruit from Sachse, TX. Also ran track in high school.

Strengths: Good size. Light on his feet, shows cutback ability. Good vision, both in the backfield and in open space. Patience, waits for his blocks. When he sees a crease, he hits it. Takes what is given to him, and will push the pile and fight for extra yards. Good balance, indicative of a strong base . Willing blocker. Not a lot of miles on him.

Weaknesses: Top end speed is lacking. Is not a home run threat, can be chased down. Is not a natural receiver out of the backfield. Although willing and active in pass pro, his technique needs to be redefined.

Overview: Ozigbo is a late riser, who really shined at the East/West Shrine Game practice. He has the size, vision and feet to project as a good NFL back. What he lacks is top end speed and receiving ability.

Draft Projection: Early Day 3

Phanaddict Draft Grade: TBD

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