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Josh Uche is a linebacker for the National Football League’s New England Patriots. He is 111 kg in weight and 1.85 m tall. He went to Christopher Columbus High School in Miami. After graduating from high school, he was awarded a football scholarship to play collegiate football for the University of Michigan’s Michigan Wolverines team.

He only participated in four games as a freshman in 2016 due to a meniscus tear and a “serious illness.” As a sophomore in 2017, he experienced a stress fracture and participated in just a couple of the team’s 10 games. During the 2019 season, Uche had a career-high 34 tackles, including 23 solo stops. His 11.5 tackles for loss were second-highest on the team, while his 8.5 sacks were the most on the team.

After the season, the coaches chose him for the 2019 All-Big Ten defense second team. Uche would forego his last year of eligibility and enter the 2020 NFL Draft, it was reported. He was selected by the New England Patriots with the 60th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. He was placed on injured reserve in September 2020 due to a foot injury.

Josh Uche

He started acting in October 2020. Against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 10, he recorded his first career sack. On injured reserve since December 2020, he was. He joins the Patriots for the 2021 season as a rotational outside linebacker and pass rusher. He was put on injured reserve in November 2021. He began to work in December 2021.

When Was Josh Uche Drafted?

Josh was drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.

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