Olusegun Oluwatimi

C · Michigan

HISTORY — from college bio


• Rimington Award Winner (2022)
• Outland Trophy Winner (2022), the first in Michigan history
• Consensus All-American (2022) with first-team honors by four of five organizations
• All-Big Ten selection (first team, coaches, second team, media)
• Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Winner (2022)
• Named the team's Hugh H. Rader Award (2022)
• Made 14 career starts at center
• Part of a Joe Moore Award-winning offensive line (2022)
• Semifinalist, Rotary Lombardi Award
• One-year letterman (2022)

Graduate Student (2022)
• Started all 14 games at center to earn his first varsity letter
• Rimington Award Winner, the third in Michigan history
• Outland Trophy Winner, the first in Michigan history
• Part of the Joe Moore Award-winning offensive line
• Consensus All-American
• First-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Sporting News, FWAA, and AFCA; second-team selection by the AP
• All-Big Ten selection (first team, coaches, second team, media)
• Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Winner 
• Recipient of the Hugh H. Rader Award
• Rotary Lombardi Award Semifinalist
• Midseason All-American by The Athletic (first team)
• Twice shared Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performances against Penn State and at Ohio State
• Made his U-M debut and started at center against Colorado State (Sept. 3)
• Started at center against Hawaii (Sept. 10), UConn (Sept. 17), Maryland (Sept. 24), Penn State (Oct. 15), Michigan State (Oct. 29), Nebraska (Nov. 12), Illinois (Nov. 19), at Iowa (Oct. 1), at Indiana (Oct. 8), Rutgers (Nov. 5), at Ohio State (Nov. 26), against Purdue in the Big Ten Championship (Dec. 3), against TCU in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl/CFP Semifinal (Dec. 31)

• Earned three varsity letters at Virginia (2019-20-21), making 32 straight starts at center
• Began his career at Air Force (2017) before transferring
• Earned his degree in economics from UVA
Senior (2021)
• Started all 12 games at center, playing the most snaps of any ACC center (910)
• One of three Rimington Trophy finalists, the first in UVA's history
• A second-team All-American by the FWAA, the second in school history at his position
• Also a second-team All-American choice by Action Sports Network, Phil Steele, and Pro Football Network
• Named a first-team All-ACC selection by Phil Steele and a second-team choice by PFF and the AP
• Richmond Football Club co-Offensive Lineman of the Year
• ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week (Sept. 13) and DC Touchdown Club Washington Metro College Football Player of the Week following a performance against Illinois that saw him register nine pancake blocks
• Graded as PFF's No. 2 center in the nation in run blocking, the best in the ACC
Junior (2020)
• Started all 10 games at center and called the unit's protections
• Led an offensive line that led the ACC and finished No. 12 in the NCAA in TFL allowed per game (4.2)
• Helped limit teams to 2.0 sacks per game; the offense ranked third in the nation in rushing yards before contact per carry
Junior (2019)
• Played in all 14 games with 13 starts center; played both guard positions in the one game he did not start
• All-ACC (honorable mention) selection; VaSID all-state first team
• Helped block for quarterback Bryce Perkins as he set the UVA single-season passing and single-season total offense records
• Perkins was one of two quarterbacks in the nation with 3,000-plus passing yards and 700-plus rushing yards
Sophomore (2018)
• Did not see game action due to NCAA transfer rule
Freshman (2017)
• Enrolled at the Air Force Academy; did not see game action
• Attended DeMatha Catholic (2017); played for head coach Elijah Brooks
• Earned his way onto the Principal's List every semester
• Team captain his senior year
• Two-time all-conference selection
• Named an Eastbay Freshman All-American
• Spent his freshman season at Archbishop Carroll on the varsity
• Son of Yetunde and Olufemi Oluwatimi
• One of six children in his family (four brothers, one sister)
• Brother, Oluwaseun, is a defensive lineman at Maryland

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Physical Attributes:

Proj Rd: 4-5
Height: 6024
Weight: 309
Forty: 5.38
Arm: 32 3/4
Hand: 08 5/8
Wingspan: 79 1/8

Pro Day Results:

Cone: 7.58
Bench: --
Shuttle: 4.68
10: --
20: --
40: --
BJ: --
VJ: --

Combine Results:

Cone: --
Bench: 29.0
Shuttle: --
10: 1.79
20: 3.05
40: 5.38
BJ: 09'02"
VJ: 29.0