Ogundeko excited about All-American experience

Ogundeko excited about All-American experience


Ogundeko excited about All-American experience


4-star defensive end Ebenezer Ogundeko arrived in Orlando Sunday to prepare for the Under Armour All-American game.  TheClemsonInsider.com spoke with the New York standout shortly after he arrived.

“We just landed.  The flight was okay,” said Ogundeko.

Later in the week Ebenezer’s will have some family and others join him in Florida.

“My mom is coming down on Friday along with my trainers and my Athletic Director,” said Ogundeko.

Ebenezer looks forward to competing against some of the best players in the nation.

“I am excited.  I am ready to go hard and compete against the best and show what I can do,” said Ogundeko.

What is the prize recruit’s goal for the All-American game?

“I just want to do my best.  I want to show what comes out of New York and show that talent comes from everywhere,” replied Ogundeko.

Before heading for the Sunshine state Ebenezer caught the Syracuse bowl game in the snow.

“It was pretty good.  We didn’t stay very long because it was too cold,” said Ogundeko.

Ebenezer will announce his decision at the All-American game between Clemson and Syracuse.  Then he will head home and pack for college.

“I am going to go home for a day or two and then head to school,” said Ogundeko.



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