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This Guy Plays Notre Dame Football: #30 Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

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I wouldn’t mess with this guy

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
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Here at OFD, we want to take the time this summer to highlight the players on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team. We’re hoping to help everyone gain some insight on who puts on the unfiforms every week.

#30 Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

Jeremiah is our next player in the profile series. He comes from Virginia, and he is about to go through his second season with the team. Recruited to play Rover and still on track to play that position, we haven’t seen much of him because of his age and lack of experience. With Coney and Tranquill ahead of him on the depth chart, last season was a tougher time to make a name for himself. Jeremiah will be putting in the work, though, to succeed in that position after this season.

3 Things to Know About Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

  1. He hails from Hampton, VA and Bethel High School where he was First Team All-State in high school.
  2. He was recruited as the #83 ranked safety in the country by Scout.com, but he has been recruited to play Rover here at Notre Dame.
  3. You can follow him on Twitter (@j_owuu) where he shows himself to be absolutely stacked.

YouTube Hot Fire

Jeremiah’s signing video shows some of the power he has

Country, Condiment, or Canon

Identifying the player as either a country, condiment, or member of the Star Wars Canon.

Ghost pepper.

Jeremiah is a ghost pepper. It looks intimidating and something you don’t mess with. However, if you decide to be brave and use it, it will pack a hard punch. It will find you and destroy you. Jeremiah hasn’t been given the chances yet to play, but when he does, I could forsee some sstrong hits coming from this man. He still has all four years of eligibility left, so he has time to pack those punches.

2018 Forecast

With Tranquill and Coney at the Rover position, it will be tough for Jeremiah to breakout at that position. However, we need to give him time and let the upperclassmen play and then leave after this season. I don’t forsee him playing much this season, but in the future he could have an impact with his strength and ability to search and destroy the ball/ball carrier.