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75 Sadiq Olanrewaju
Sadiq  Olanrewaju


Gaithersburg, Md.

High School:
Salisbury School (Conn.)

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 300



- Missed entire season with an injury. 2014 - Appeared in eight of UVA's 12 games with two starts ... missed four games with injury ... made first collegiate start against No. 21 Louisville at left tackle ... also started at No. 2 Florida State ... helped UVA accumulate 500 yards of total offense in back-to-back games (BYU and Kent State) for the first time since 2004 ... appeared in 282 total plays, all of which came on offense ... tallied a season-high 51 plays against Kent State. 2013 - Appeared in five of UVA's 12 games ... one of 12 true freshmen to appear for UVA ... made collegiate debut against VMI ... also played against Duke, Clemson, North Carolina and Miami ... part of an offensive line that helped block for Kevin Parks, who became UVA's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2004 ... took part in 152 offensive plays.


Played offensive line and defensive line at the Salisbury School for head coach Chris Phelps ... registered 16 tackles and 2.5 sacks for a loss of 21 yards ... helped the Salisbury School to the 2012 New England Championship ... a three-star player by,, and ... listed as the No. 64 overall player in's East 100 rankings ... helped school to a 9-0 record during his senior season ... named to Max Emfinger's Northeast Top-75 list ... named No. 3 player in Connecticut by ... helped team defeat Phillips Exeter Academy to win the Jack Etter Bowl and win its second New England Preparatory School Athletic Council title in the last three years ... name pronounced Suh-Deek O-lan-ree-Wah-ju.


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