DavidWohlabaugh Jr.

  • position Offensive Lineman
  • height 6-6
  • Weight 321
  • class Sophomore
  • Hometown Stow, Ohio
  • High school Walsh Jesuit

2022 – r-Freshman
• Played in eight games with one start
• Earned his first career start in the season opener vs. Miami (Ohio)

2021 – Freshman
• Played in two games .. Saw his first collegiate action vs. ULM and also played at Mississippi State
• Redshirt season
• Mid-year enrollee In January 2021

High School
• Three-start recruit by all of the major recruiting services
• Rated the nation’s No. 53 offensive guard by ESPN, the No. 67 tackle by 247sports and the No. 69 tackle by
• The No. 25 player in Ohio by 247, No. 30 by ESPN and No. 31 by Rivals
• First-team all-state as a senior by the Ohio Sportswriters Association
• Helped lead Walsh Jesuit High School to a 5-2 record and the second round of the Division II state playoffs
• His size is enhanced by the ability he has shown to make blocks in space
• Coached by Nick Alexander
• Also lettered two seasons in ice hockey
• Chose Kentucky over Arizona State, Penn State and West Virginia

• Named is pronounced “WUL-uh-bah”
• Born in Cleveland, Ohio
• Son of Dave and Virginia Wohlabaugh
• Comes from a football family, as his father, Dave, played at Syracuse and went on to a nine-year NFL career with New England (1995-98), Cleveland (1999-2002) and St. Louis (2003) … The elder Wohlabaugh was a member of the 1995 All-Rookie Team, played in the 1997 Super Bowl, and started all 128 games of his NFL career … Dad was a teammate with former Kentucky quarterback Tim Couch with the Cleveland Browns … Brother, Jack, is currently a center at Duke
• Major is economics

David Says
• He chose Kentucky because it felt like family
• One thing most people don’t know about him is that he’s red-green color blind
• Besides playing football, he’s also good at spike ball
• The person he admires most is his dad because he’s a great role model
• If he could eat only three foods for the rest of his life he would choose chicken, bacon, and waffles

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