A cornerback for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League, Michael Ojemudia was born on September 12, 1997. At Iowa, he played collegiate football.
After his final year at Iowa, Ojemudia announced his intent to enter the 2020 NFL Draft. He was given the go-ahead to take part in the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine.
Ojemudia initially did not rank highly on many draft analysts’ lists, but his performance at the Senior Bowl elevated his draft standing. Ojemudia participated at the NFL Combine on March 1, 2020.
The table below lists some of the times he achieved, including a 4.45-second 40-yard sprint time, a 4.21-second 20-yard shuttle time, a 6.87-second cone drill time, and a 36-inch vertical jump.
Ojemudia and Ronald Darby faced a battle in a competition for the starting cornerback position going into the 2022 off-season and training camp.
Ojemudia was placed fourth on the depth chart for cornerbacks at the start of the season by head coach Nathaniel Hackett after Patrick Surtain II, Ronald Darby, and K’Waun Williams.
Ojemudia was put on injured reserve on August 31 to start the season. He became operational on October 17.
Where Did Michael Ojemudia Attend Highschool?
Ojemudia, a linebacker who played high school football at Harrison High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan, committed to Iowa on January 28, 2015, bypassing scholarship offers from Indiana, Wyoming, and Eastern Michigan.
Ojemudia tried to pursue Michigan and Michigan State’s offers of in-state scholarships, but they never materialized.