Centerville enters Friday night's battle against rival Huber Heights (Ohio) Wayne with identical 4-3 records (2-0 in conference) and a lot riding on the outcome.
The winner will add valuable computer points in their attempt to make the playoffs in Division One (Region Four) and the loser knows odds are they'll be left at home when the playoffs start the first weekend of November.
"This is a really big game for us," said Odenigbo. "We've worked hard and would like to get a little revenge from our two losses last season against them."
While Odenigbo has not been thinking too much about recruiting, he is hoping to make a couple of visits in the next few weeks.
After a slow start, the 6-foot-4, 220-pound Odenigbo has started to find his groove in the past couple of games, posting two sacks in each contest.