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Can the Giants target Aziz Ogulari’s brother in the 2023 NFL Draft?

March 1, 2023; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Louisiana State linebacker BJ Ojulari (LB20) speaks to the press at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Aziz Ogollari was a draft pick for the New York Giants with the 50th overall pick in 2021. Ogollari had a first-round takedown but was knocked down in the second, becoming an absolute steal for the Giants. This season, the Giants could add another Ojulari to the fold as Aziz’s younger brother BJ Ojulari is expected to be drafted in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft.

The Giants meet BJ Ojulari at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine

The Giants met BJ Ojulari this week at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine. Ogollari said his meeting with New York went “very well.” BJ also explained that Aziz gave him some pointers before the meeting.

“Just being able to meet all the employees was a great feeling to walk out of the room,” said BJ Ojulari at the Combine. “[Azeez] Send me a couple of texts saying who will be there, and what to expect. The interview went very smoothly.”

When asked about the possibility of playing alongside his big brother in the Big Apple, BJ Ojulari said“If I end up with him, it will be a blessing to play with my brother [Azeez] once again.”

The Giants could target BJ Ojulari in this year’s draft and create a fire and ice duo with the two brothers. Despite playing the same edge rusher mode, Azeez and BJ have very different playing styles, as described by BJ.

“We have some similarities, but I don’t think we play the same style of play,” explained BJ Ogullari. “Aziz is more like hitting, bulldozer. I use more quick moves and swipes and other things like that, which he can use, but that’s not his style.”

The New York Giants picked the 57th overall in the second round of this year’s draft and could add Ojulari’s younger brother to their lineup. The Giants have two starters on edge already, as 2022 fifth-place finisher Kayvon Thibodeau joined Aziz Ogullari on DC Wink Martindale defense last season. But Giants fans should know best that an NFL team can never have enough rushing passes, as evidenced by the last two Super Bowl victories.

What could BJ Ojulari bring to Big Blue?

BJ Ojulari stands at 6-foot-3, 244 lbs., and possesses natural athleticism, a passing tackle, and leadership qualities according to The Draft Network. However, Ojulari’s lack of strength, height, and size raises scouts’ concerns about his ability to play on the line of scrimmage.

Ojulari recorded 5.5 sacks, 8.5 tackles for loss, and 58 total tackles as a true freshman on the LSU defense in 2022. The LSU product projects as a designated pass passer in a 3-4 defensive scheme as an edge tackle/outside linebacker at the next level. This makes BJ a perfect fit with a New York Giants team that may be looking to add Aziz’s younger brother in the second or third rounds of this year’s draft.

Overall, Ojulari is an NFL prospect with a great passing height – which will help him see the field early in the NFL – but he needs to continue to develop other aspects of his game in order to be featured as a three-goal player in the association. American football.

Network project on BJ Ojulari

The dropping of BJ Ojulari as a designated passer may be the reason he landed with the Big Blue. The Giants have two starts, and three are ahead of their roster in Kayvon Thibodeaux and Azeez Ojulari. However, the team could have added more passing depth to their roster. BJ Ojulari can mix passing and the quarterback rushes alongside Thibodeaux and Azeez Ojulari.

“My style of play is very effort-based,” BJ described at Combine. Sideline to sideline plays. chase things. Constant pressure on the ball is something I’m very proud of.”

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