Ebenezer Ogundeko Profile
In the second quarter of Friday night's Under Armour All-American Game, the three-star defensive end from Brooklyn will let the public know which shade of orange he will wear for the next four to five years.
Ogundeko will select either Clemson or Syracuse before a nationally televised audience on ESPN.
Scout.com lists Ogundeko as a three-star outside linebacker and ranks him as the No. 37 player at the position in the class of 2013. If Ogundeko makes his commitment to Clemson, which he is projected to do, the Tigers will play him at defensive end.
Ogundeko would join two other defensive ends commitments in Clemson's 2013 signing class, Shaquille Lawson and Dane Rogers.
A 6-foot-3, 240-pound prospect from Thomas Jefferson High School, Ogundeko had 74 tackles and 17 sacks during his senior season.
Clemson hosted Ogundeko for an official visit on the weekend of the South Carolina game. He exited Tigertown listing Clemson as a co-leader with Florida. The Gators have since exited the picture, making it a race between Clemson and Syracuse.
Arizona State, Florida and Syracuse also hosted Ogundeko for official visits.
Friday's game kicks off at 5 o'clock. Ogundeko is the only Clemson target scheduled to announce his choice during the game.
Ogundeko steps into the spotlight
Canes Time Top Stories
Thursday Q&A with Jaquan JohnsonRead on to see everything safety Jaquan Johnson was saying following Thursdays practice.
Canes Time12:42 PM
Thursday Q&A with Ephraim BandaRead on to see everything safeties coach Ephraim Banda was saying following Thursday's practice.
Canes Time12:39 PM
Thursday Q&A with Coach KoolRead on to see everything defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski was saying following Thursday's practice.
Canes Time12:32 PM
Thursday Q&A with Manny DiazRead on to see everything defensive coordinator Manny Diaz was saying following Thursday's practice.
Canes Time12:29 PM