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Four-Star DE David Ojigebe Signs with Clemson

December 21, 2022
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★★★★ | David Ojigebe 6’4, 240 | St. John’s College High, Washington, D.C.

David Ojigebe‍ is a two-time Washington Post All-Metro honoree who posted 16 sacks as a senior at D.C.’s St. John’s College HS

Rankings: A national top-300 player by several major recruiting services … ranked No. 183 overall by 247Sports, which listed him as the second-best player in Washington, D.C. and the 23rd-best defensive end in the country … ranked No. 227 and as a four-star player by PrepStar … rated No. 242 overall and as the third-best player in Washington, D.C. by On3 … ranked No. 245 overall by ESPN.com, which rated him as the second-best player in the D.C./Maryland area and the 39th-best defensive end in the nation … ranked by Rivals as the second-best player in Washington, D.C.

In High School: Helped St. John’s College High to the WCAC title in each of his final two seasons, including an 11-0 season in 2021 and 8-4 year in 2022 … posted 30 tackles for loss with 16 sacks during outstanding senior campaign … added 53 total tackles and two fumble recoveries … involved in four sacks in 7-3 WCAC championship victory over DeMatha in the final game of his prep career … two-time Washington Post All-Metro selection … all-conference honoree … named MaxPreps Defensive Player of the Year for the District of Columbia … played for Pat Ward at St. John’s … invited to All-America Classic in Orlando.

Personal: Committed to Clemson on April 27, 2022 … became Clemson’s second signee from St. John’s College High School since 2020, joining 2020 signee Tré Williams … played in the same conference as 2022 Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams … born Oct. 31, 2003 … expected to enroll at Clemson in summer 2023 … last name pronounced “oh-JEB-way.”

Our Take:

Luke Winstel

Ojigebe is a well-built prospect with great “get-off” as an edge defender. The four-star already has the size and measurables to contribute as an underclassman for the Tigers. He’s battle-tested and has faced some of the top programs in the nation at St. John’s College High in Washington, D.C.

In his senior season, Ojigebe led St. Johns to eight wins against a demanding schedule. The team finished ranked No. 54 in the final MaxPreps national rankings. 

Ojigebe was a spring commitment for Clemson and one of the core pieces of the spectacular defensive class that the Tigers’ have built in this cycle.

He has Nigerian roots and goals of reaching the NFL and giving back to his community.

Morgan Thomas - Good size already to play defensive end. Strong upper body strength. Takes on left tackles from standing or 3 point. Uses hands really well to wrangle guys down. Can engage and release off blocks easily. Prefers to move blockers and attack angles. Skilled at setting the edge and holding position.

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