The Coastal Division dominated the ACC during the 2009 season, so it should come as no surprise that Coastal teams also dominate the Rivals.com All-ACC team. League champion Georgia Tech leads the way with seven picks, including quarterback Josh Nesbitt. Find out who else made our list inside.[details]
A tall, long-armed lineman who displays good flexibility and bend for a man his size, Oghobasse coils up well into his stance and plays with natural leverage on contact. However, he isn't overly powerful at the point of attack, and the harder he works up the field, the higher his pad level gets. He possesses the strength to walk interior linemen into the backfield, but he can be sealed away from the play. Oghobasse is at his best using his length to stack and shed blocks and does a nice job keeping opposing linemen off his frame. He displays an impressive burst out of his stance and is consistently one of the first defensive linemen moving off the ball. He gets into opposing linemen quickly and does a great job extending his long arms on contact. He exhibits good body control and has a jolting punch that allows him to create space and sidestep blocks. He has the coordination to keep his balance when asked to slip linemen laterally and close on the play away from his frame. Oghobasse showcases good overall technique and moves his feet and arms in-sync. He exhibits a compact arm-over move and has the ability to drop his pad level after he gains a step and work his way into the backfield. He possesses the length and coordination to create pressure inside at the next level, but I think he's best suited to play outside as a DE in a 3-4 scheme.