Draft Profile: BioMoro Ojomo from Katy High School was rated a 4-star recruit by ESPN and handed a 3-star grade by 247 Sports. After high school, Ojomo joined Texas after being heavily recruited.
In 2018 as a freshman Ojomo saw action in just 3 games and played a total of 18 snaps for the Longhorns. He recorded no tackles, one assist, while adding no stops.
As a sophomore for the Longhorns in 2019 Ojomo played in 13 games and took part in 355 snaps for the Longhorns. He recorded 12 tackles, 5 assists, while adding 12 stops. As a pass rusher, he chalked up 16 total pressures, and 15 QB hurries, one QB hit, and no sacks during the year.
In 2020 as a junior Ojomo played in 10 games and contributed on 414 snaps. He recorded 11 tackles, 5 assists while making 12 stops. As a pass rusher, he produced 23 total pressures, which included 19 QB hurries, 2 QB hits, and 2 sacks on the year.
In 2021 as a senior Ojomo logged playing time in 12 games and logged a total of 431 snaps for the Longhorns. He also added 24 tackles, 9 assists, and 18 stops. As a pass rusher, he tallied 12 total pressures, which included 10 QB hurries, 2 QB hits, and no sacks on the season.
In 2022 as a fifth year senior Ojomo logged playing time in 11 games and logged a total of 337 snaps for the Longhorns. He also added 18 tackles, 6 assists, and 19 stops. As a pass rusher, he tallied 24 total pressures, which included 18 QB hurries, one QB hit, and a solid 5 sacks on the season.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- A technician with a high motor, Ojomo has a variety of moves and displays exceptionally good hand use. Ojomo shows a strong finishing burst and has the power to hold at the point of attack as a run defender.
- He has the strong core and powerful hands to shed blockers, and he shows excellent instincts with the ability to quickly locate the ball.
- His hand use is excellent; he’s strong in the upper body and consistently swats away blockers.
- Average quickness and power and his bull rush will be stonewalled. Comes off the snap high, losing leverage.
- He has an excellent feel for working off blockers and knowing how and when to counter as the play goes on.
- He’s quick to react and locate the ball, and he shows enough speed to succeed in backside pursuit. Ojomo plays with excellent balance and a strong, flexible core, rarely ending up on the ground.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- While Ojomo has violent hands, he uses them too inconsistently. Ojomo tends to let blockers get into his chest, and he’ll waste time hand fighting due to a limited array of pass rush moves.
- Ojomo isn’t a true edge burner and might be better off kicking inside on passing downs.
- He’s a straight-line mover who doesn’t have the range to chase in pursuit.
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