Jonathan Ojo | Osbourn High School | Athlete | 2021

Twitter: @4Jojo_Instagram: @o4jojo

​Q: Tell us about your high school career and what the recruiting process has been like thus far. 

A: My experience within my high school career has been interesting and rough at the same time. The recruiting process for me hasn’t been the best especially with the Virus in the way.


Q: When did you receive your first offer and what school was it from? How many offers have you received thus far? 

A: I do not have any offers as of now.


Q: What do you consider to be one of the more important things you learned from the coaching staff while playing at your school?

A: The most important things I’ve learned from my coaching staff at Osbourn is that if you make the grades and the plays, Coaches will find you.


Q: What have you learned during this unique time in 2020? What did you focus on or accomplish during Quarantine?

A: What I’m beginning to learn in 2020 is that there are some things that are out of your control, but for the things in your control you have to control them to the fullest!


Q: If you could play in college, what would you choose to major in? What are your plans if football doesn’t work out?

A: I would choose to major in Business Management.


Q: What would your current teammates say about you and your qualities?

A: My teammates would say that I am dedicated to the game, love to work, and I will always give you 100%.


Q: What has been one of the most memorable plays of your career so far?

A: My most memorable play of my Career was my sophomore year against Stonewall I caught my first high school touchdown in the red zone.


Q: What has been your biggest challenge and how do you manage it?

A: My biggest Challenge so far is trying to have a winning season. The way I’m trying to manage that is by calling up my teammates every day to get some work in staying in shape and staying prepared for the season.


Q: If you could compare yourself to a collegiate or pro athlete, who would that be and why?

A: I would compare myself to Taysom Hill, he is a very versatile player that can contribute wherever you need him. I have played every position in high school besides O-line.


Q: What is your biggest strength and why should college coaches & scouts consider you?

A: My biggest strength is being able to make everyone around me better I love to compete and always want to get better. College Coaches & Scouts should consider me because I am a kid that’s works hard at everything, I do an want to be the best I can be.


Q: Are you involved in mentoring, a charity or do you “give back”/”pay it forward” in your community?

A: I am currently in a group called A.O.D, we for the most part look to give back to our community with our talents and abilities.


Q: How are you preparing for the 2020 High School National Scouting Combine and what are your goals for the combine?

A: I am preparing for the combine by repping the drills that will be ran such as the cone drills, shuttle run, the 40-yard dash and perfecting my craft.


Q: What would be your ultimate achievement? 

A: My ultimate achievement would be to further my academic an athletic dream at a school I can call home.


Q: What do you enjoy doing when not playing football? Do you play other sports? 

A: I like to play basketball; I also play basketball at Osbourn.


Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life? 

A: The most influential person to me is my mother, my mother is a single parent that works day in and day out to provide for her family. My mother is the definition of a hard worker an she never shows any sign of weakness, nor has she ever quit or gave up when times get hard.


Q: What is something unique about you that people would find interesting?

A: Something unique about me that people may find interesting is that I like to draw and I’m actually pretty good at it.