Tulsa –– A returning letterwinner and starter . . . enrolled at Tulsa in January 2002 . . . transferred from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M . . . 2002 –– Played in all 12 games and started six games at noseguard . . . was credited with 28 tackles and four stops for –14 yards . . . had a season-high five tackles against Rice and Fresno State . . . saw his first start against Louisiana Tech and then was in the starting lineup for the final five games of the season . . . also had four stops against Louisiana Tech and UTEP . . . Overall –– Had an outstanding spring . . . improved each week of spring drills . . . will compete for the starting nose guard position in fall camp . . . a strong and powerful player . . . very coachable . . . an exceptional student of the game.
Junior College –– Started as a sophomore at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M . . . tallied 57 total tackles, including 20 solos and 37 assists as a sophomore defensive tackle . . . was also credited with two quarterback sacks, one caused fumbled and had one fumble recovery for a 65-yard return . . . was an all-Southwest Junior College Conference honorable mention selection in 2001 . . . completed his two-year career at NEO with 65 tackles and four stops for -15 yards . . . junior college coach was Dale Patterson.
High School –– Was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Tulsa’s Booker T. Washington High School . . . started at offensive tackle his junior and senior seasons, while also playing on the defensive line . . . high school coach was Leodis Robinson.
Personal –– Enjoys playing video games and weightlifting . . . lists Jamaica as the most memorable place he has visited . . . his favorite NFL team is the Buffalo Bills . . . lists Warren Sapp as his favorite NFL player . . . Michael Jordan is his favorite non-football athlete . . . his favorite TV show is “The Simpsons” . . . the person, dead or alive, he would most like to meet is Vince Lombardi . . . his favorite food is Chinese . . . parents are Jolomi and Tisia Ogisi . . . majoring in management information systems . . . born Oritsejolomi Omonigho Ogisi on July 1, 1981.