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Ebenezer Ogundeko wants to be a star. Who can blame the 6’4” 240 lb. 4-star defensive end? Ebo finished his senior season with nearly 80 tackles, led New York’s PSAL league with 17 sacks, and won Defensive Lineman of the Year. It’s no wonder why the highly recruited senior deserves the spotlight. Ogundeko tells The Fizz he wants to play at a school where he can shine, where his talents won’t be underappreciated. That’s why southern powerhouses Clemson and Florida top his list.
“It’s very important. People tailgating, people knowing your name everywhere you go. People want to take pictures with you and treat you like you are a superstar.”
The Tigers and Gators lead the pass-rushers’ list with less than a month until his decision. Ogundeko marveled at game day in Gainesville and Death Valley, and said the environment that suits him best will ultimately be the deciding factor. He wants a place where he can effectively grab the attention of fans and spectators and showcase his ...
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