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Draft Scout Larry Ogunjobi News
11/01/17 - DT Larry Ogunjobi (groin) did not practice Tuesday. The injury kept him out of the game with the Vikings.
10/26/17 - DT Larry Ogunjobi (groin) did not practice Thursday or Wednesday.
10/25/17 - DT Larry Ogunjobi (groin) did not practice. He was injured in the Tennessee game.
03/16/17 - Wednesday, Charlotte Football hosted its forth annual Pro Day at the Judy Rose Football Center, and gave players who have finished their time at Charlotte a chance to work out for NFL scouts. More than a dozen NFL teams sent representatives to see the 49ers' talent, which included stand outs Larry Ogunjobi, Kalif Phillips, and Austin Duke. The players put on an impressive display for the scouts during the bench press, broad and vertical jumps, 40-yard dash, agility drills, and position drills, in the hopes the landing a spot on a training camp roster when NFL preseason workouts begin in July. Ogunjobi, who was the first Charlotte player ever to participate in the NFL Combine, hopes to earn a draft pick from one of the teams in attendance. The NFL Draft will take place April 27-29. - Charlotte Football
01/27/17 - 2017 SENIOR BOWL, THURSDAY: Given the relative value of their positions in today's pass-happy NFL, Basham and Melifonwu earned top billing, but another unheralded player generating plenty of buzz this week is Charlotte defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi. Scouts do not often rave over the build of 300-pound-plus defensive linemen but Ogunjobi is perfectly suited for run-stuffing duties with his squatty 6-foot-2 1/2, 304-pound frame, which includes a fire hydrant-like lower half. As his frame suggests, Ogunjobi has held up well against the scrimmage in the running game, but he also has shown an explosive burst to penetrate, wreaking havoc at times during Thursday's North practice. A year ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers found a starter in former South Carolina State and Senior Bowl Javon Hargrave. Ogunjobi -- a two-time All-Conference USA pick who left as the 49ers' all-time leader in tackles (217), tackles for loss (TFL) (49), sacks (13) and QB hurries (33) -- could be on the verge of a similar rise. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com