Not only did the Hawks win the state title, but he had a big part in that recording 101 tackles, six sacks and one forced fumble from his defensive tackle spot.
However, because of his size, Ojemudia is being recruited more as a defensive end. However, at the recent Adidas Maximum Exposure camp, he played linebacker, but not necessarily by choice.
"Actually, it was a mistake," he admitted. "I was supposed to come for D-Line, but I got mixed up. I think it went good, but I did play out of position, learned some stuff."
The recruiting has gotten under way, with a few schools sending mail.
Ojemudia says his visit to East Lansing was a good one.
"I liked MSU. It was really hyped. Everyone was really into the game. I talked to some of the MSU coaches and they just said they're interested in me."
He went to Michigan with his teammate Aaron Burbridge, a junior wide receiver also receiving plenty of recruiting interest, and said that was a positive experience as well.
"It was the first Michigan game. Michigan versus UConn. It was nice. The Big House is nice."