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Name: Obi Obialo (+) Coming off 2019 Foot INJ
College: Oklahoma     Number: 82
Height: 6-2   Weight: 218
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.61
  40 High: 4.70
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 Data Scout Notes: Transferred to Oklahoma on Feb 3 '20. Entered transfer portal on Jan 22 '20. Wore #7 in '19. Redshirted w/18-244-13.6-0 rec in 4 gms, missed 9 gms due to broken left foot in '19. 38-468-12.3-4 rec in 12 gms in '18. 19-238-12.5-0 rec in 3 sts, 10 gms in '17. Transferred from Oklahoma State in spring '17. Backup w/2-11-5.5-0 rec in 4 gms in '16.

 Obi Obialo, Oklahoma, Player News

  09/05/20 - WR Obi ObialorSr/2021, Oklahoma, 6-2, 218 (DS#103 WR) + More +

  With his newfound extra year of eligibility, Obialo decided to transfer. He said OU assistant coach Cale Gundy led the charge on his recruitment, which resulted in his February commitment to OU. Obialo said he's worked at both inside and outside receiver. He's also developed a good relationship with Sooners starting quarterback Spencer Rattler, despite his limited time around the team. "We've been throwing over the summer and stuff like that, just getting our reps in practice," Obialo said. "We're just ready to put it on the field against a different opponent." He will have plenty of competition for catches, however, in OU's offense.

The Sooners return junior receiver Charleston Rambo, the 2019 team's second-leading receiver with 743 yards on 43 catches. OU also brings back its sophomore trio of Trejan Bridges, Jadon Haselwood and Theo Wease, all three of whom were five-star recruits coming out of high school. Obialo still has ample value as a veteran in an offense that lacks them. "Obi's a guy that, just the maturity and the physicality and the toughness that he brings to the offense is something that we definitely needed," Beamer said. "Really excited about his potential." - Norman Transcript

(DS#103 WR) rSr/2021 WR Obi ObialoOklahoma
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  11/18/19 - WR Obi ObialorSr/2021, Oklahoma, 6-2, 218 (DS#103 WR) + More +

  On Friday night, Marshall University wide receiver Obi Obialo walked into the post-game interview area with a slight smile on his face.

The Thundering Herd's senior veteran of the receiving corps isn't a big talker, but he did offer one thought as he sat down.

"Its been a minute", Obialo said.

Actually, it had been 331 days - just five days shy of 11 months - since Obialo had last taken the football field for the Herd in the 2018 Gasparilla Bowl. It certainly didn't look like Obialo had been out of action that long on Friday. Obialo finished with career-highs of eight receptions and 146 yards to make for one heck of an introduction to his 2019 season.

It was an unexpected turn of events from Oct. 17 when Obialo took to social media to say that he would not play in the 2019 season following a foot injury that occurred in the final week of preseason leading up to the season-opener against VMI.

(DS#103 WR) rSr/2021 WR Obi ObialoOklahoma
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