Bootleg Video: Timi Oshinowo

Two weeks ago, big Timi Oshinowo made another trip from Naperville (Ill.) to Stanford. The 6'7" offensive tackle recruit in the 2006 class has been to The Farm numerous times before, but this time he attended Stanford's Junior Day and worked out at the Nike Camp on campus. That gave us a chance to shoot some video of the intriguing athlete in action.

We have been enamored and excited by the strength and explosiveness of Stanford senior nose tackle Babatunde Oshinowo these last four year on The Farm, so the idea of a younger brother who brings an extra five inches of height to the table has gripped us tightly.  6'7" offensive tackle Timi Oshinowo hails from Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville, Ill., yet the distant recruit has spent more time on the Cardinal campus than any other recruit in this 2006 class.  His latest trip brought him to the Stanford Nike Camp, held two weeks ago.  We were fortunate to be able to observe the younger Oshinowo up close, and have some video clips of him in drills for you.  This is the first video of any kind that we have seen on any recruiting service, and we are proud at The Bootleg and Scout.com to lead the way.  Hopefully these clips, though brief, can bring you some idea of how the towering tackle moves athletically.

Timi Oshinowo Scout Profile

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