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Name: Jayson Ademilola 
College: Notre Dame     Number: 57
Height: 6-2   Weight: 280
Position: DT  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.87
   40 Time: 4.98
  40 High: 5.10
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Height: 6021
Weight: 280

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...(+) Coming off Nov 2020 Knee INJ

 Jayson Ademilola, Notre Dame, Player News

  In 12 games, Ademilola tallied 17 tackles - the same number as starting defensive end Daelin Hayes and starting defensive tackle Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa. But with more opportunities, Hayes and Tagovailoa-Amosa were more disruptive in the backfield with six tackles for a loss each and 5.5 sacks combined. All of Ademilola's tackles for a loss (2.5) and sacks (one) came in two games: a four-tackle performance against Georgia Tech and a three-tackle effort against North Carolina. Those are the kind of plays the Irish want to see more of from Ademilola. "We want him obviously to cut it loose a little bit more," Kelly said. "He'll be given that opportunity in the role that he's in now that he's going to be getting more reps."

A successful transition to defensive end for Tagovailoa-Amosa will likely prevent Ademilola from becoming the full-time starter in new coordinator Marcus Freeman's defense. But Ademilola recognizes the benefits of a rotation to stay fresh. "It's been awesome getting the opportunity to work with Myron," Ademilola said. "We're both playing D-end this year, and it's going to be a crazy 1-1, 1a, 1b, punch right there. Stay tuned for that one." - South Bend Tribune

(DS#25 DT) Sr/2022 DT Jayson AdemilolaNotre Dame
News Source: South Bend Tribune
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  To explain the ability of senior defensive tackle Jayson Ademilola, Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly turned to a joke he might have heard at a football coaching clinic. "How do you get guys off blocks?" Kelly said Saturday following Notre Dame's fourth spring practice. "You just yell louder." "Because it's almost an innate ability to do it. Some guys are good at it, some guys not quite as good." Turns out Ademilola falls in the good category. Though Ademilola spent his first three seasons with the Irish as a rotational player, Notre Dame appears to be making room for him in the starting lineup by moving fellow defensive tackle Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa to strongside defensive end. That alignment has repeatedly shown up in video glimpses of spring practice shared by the program.

"He doesn't stay blocked, and he makes plays," Kelly said of Ademilola. "He makes tackles. That's a mark of a good player. He's a guy that grades out very high. When he's in there, he's been very, very efficient as a football player for us." The senior-to-be Ademilola might be riding the momentum with which he finished a turbulent 2020 season. He made his first two career starts in October against Florida State and Louisville while Tagovailoa-Amosa was limited. Then Ademilola was forced to miss three games due a torn meniscus in one of his knees suffered against Clemson in November. - Indianapolis Star News

(DS#25 DT) Sr/2022 DT Jayson AdemilolaNotre Dame
News Source: Indianapolis Star News
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