Emmanuel Ogbuehi makes his move into his third season at GSU as the leading tight end on the team with good blocking skills and 22 career catches.
The 6-3, 235-pounder made his move onto the inaugural GSU team in open tryouts with the coaching staff in 2008-09 at an area high school field. He was invited back and has been a stalwart on the team ever since.
Ogbuehi made his move to the end zone in the inaugural GSU game vs. Shorter, catching a four-yard TD pass. He finished that inaugural season by making his move deep into the Alabama secondary to catch a 55-yard pass against the Crimson Tide, GSU’s longest pass play of that season.
The metro native was a three-sport athlete at Mill Creek High School in Buford, a far northern Atlanta suburb. He lettered in football, basketball and track.
A chemistry major, Ogbuehi has made great moves in the GSU classrooms as well, earning Dean’s List honors (3.5 GPA or better) as well as Athletic Director’s Honor Roll recognition (3.2 GPA or better).
Make your move to watch more of Ogbuehi’s moves at the Georgia Dome this season, starting with the opener on Thursday, August 30.
Visit the Georgia State University Athletics page on Facebook to check out his list of favorites, what his favorite class is, who his favorite professor is, plus something unique about him that even his teammates don’t know.
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