Amen Ogbongbemiga

A three-star prospect by, and … Spent his high school career playing Canadian football in Calgary, Alberta ... Ranked as the top prospect in Alberta by and as the No. 62 outside linebacker in the national rankings … Chose Oklahoma State over a reported offer from Nevada.

High School: Played for coach Dave Diluzio at Notre Dame HS … Part of a 37-game win streak that nearly set a Canadian record … As a senior, he recorded 110 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, four sacks, five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries … Junior year stats included 104 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and three sacks … Named first team all-district and his team’s MVP as a senior … A three-time academic honor roll selection … Also competed in track and field.

Personal: Amen Ogbongbemiga was born Sept. 4, 1998, in Lagos, Nigeria … Moved to Houston, Texas in 2003 then moved to Calgary in 2011 … Son of Ngozi and Ayo Ogbongbemiga … His brother, Alex, played football player at Houston and is preparing for the CFL … Considering a degree in accounting at Oklahoma State.

Defensive Coordinator
Glenn Spencer:

"Amen grew up in Houston and moved to Canada so he kind of got off the radar in the United States, which was good for us. Watching his junior tape, I was intrigued by the space they had to cover in Canada. Then when we got him to camp last summer, I was impressed with how his body is changing. He’s probably in the 215 range. He’s going t o fill out and get stronger. He’s another one who tackles well. He doesn’t miss a lot of tackles. He has a grasp of defensive schemes. He’s very instinctive. I think he’s a rare find."


Position: LB Height: 6-0 Weight:207
Calgary, Alberta, Canada / Notre Dame HS