Nnamdi Obiako
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Nnamdi  Obiako

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bladensburg, Md.

High School:
Bladensburg

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 250

Position:
DE

Experience:
1


2006: A starter at defensive tackle in every game last season ... Finished ninth on the team with 44 tackles ... Had 13 solo stops and 31 assists ... Also recorded 3.5 tackles-for-loss, one interception and broke up two passes ... Recorded seven games with at least four tackles ... Had a career-high nine tackles against Bucknell ... Registered six tackles and one for loss against Stony Brook ... Had seven tackles and two tackles-for-loss against Marist ... Also had four tackles apiece against Holy Cross, Columbia and Lehigh.

2005: Saw action in 10 games, mainly as a backup at defensive tackle ... Made 18 tackles ... Had a career high seven stops (three solo, four assists) in the season opener at Bucknell ... Had four tackles against Brown ... Registered three against Cornell.

2004: Saw the field in nine games as a freshman and totaled 12 tackles, three tackles-for-loss and a sack on the season ... Career first tackle came in the opener against St. Francis ... Made three tackles including one tackle-for-loss at Duquesne ... Credited with two tackles at Fordham and had three tackles and a sack vs. Lehigh.

High School: Football team MVP and Merit Scholar Athlete at Bladensburg ... Played linebacker and running back ... Honor Roll student and Alpha Scholar.

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Schedules

September 9
TBA
Campbell
Buies Creek, N.C.
September 16
TBA
Marist
Cooper Field