Ogbonna has two older brothers who will be suiting up to play college at the next level. He has really good height at 6’3″ and shows a ton of athletic upside. He played QB for his JV squad as a sophomore, and what we really like is he took full advantage of the loss of seniors, and became the partial starting quarterback his junior year. From an athletic stand point Ogbonna shows a ton of upside. He has tremendously long arms just like his brothers, and receiving situations he displays a crazy long catch radius. Velocity on his passes are pretty high, and he can really drive the ball out on a line down field, which allows him to fit the ball in tight spaces. We waited to see how his senior would turn out, and Ogbonna honestly had one of the best seasons in Georgia throwing for a hair under 2500 yards and was very efficient in the process. The 2019 recruit definitely has a lot of athletic upside, his arm strength cannot be taught, and just one legit year as the starter he produced at a high clip.