Signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent on May 12, 2023…played in 56 games with 51 starts over six seasons at Boise State (2017-22)…made 18 starts as a right tackle during his first two seasons…transitioned to left tackle and started in all 33 games he played in his final three seasons…ended his career with 43 consecutive starts.
As a graduate (2022), only Bronco to start all 14 games on offense…allowed zero sacks, zero false starts and zero holding penalties…named to the All-Mountain West first team…was named a team captain…as a senior (2021), started all 12 games at left tackle…named to the All-Mountain West first team…as a junior (2020), started all seven games at left tackle…was named to the All-Mountain West second team…as a sophomore (2019), started all 11 games at right tackle in which he appeared…provided protection for a Bronco offense that ranked 14th in the country in scoring (36.8 ppg)...helped open holes for Mountain West Freshman of the Year running back George Holani, who extended Boise State's streak of seasons with a 1,000-yard rusher to 12….as a freshman (2018), appeared in 12 games, making seven starts at right tackle… started the final seven games of the season...part of a Bronco line that produced a 1,000-yard rusher for the 10th-straight season...provided protection at right tackle for Mountain West Player of the Year Brett Rypien, as the Bronco passing offense ranked 18th in the country (292.0 ypg)…redshirted in 2017…graduated with a degree in kinesiology from Boise State in December 2022.
High school/Personal: attended Boise (Idaho) High School and became a varsity starter as a sophomore, playing both ways as an offensive tackle and defensive lineman…earned first team All-State and All-Conference honors as a senior in 2016…also lettered in wrestling and track…three-star recruit according to Scout and 247sports…rated the No. 3 and 4 prospect in the state of Idaho per Scout and 247sports, respectively…played in the East-West Shrine All-Star game following his senior season…interned for Boise State's sports performance department…@ojukwu1john on Twitter and @ojukwujohn on Instagram…born John Francis Chudi Ojukwu on Jan. 9, 1999 in Atlanta, Ga.
Offensive Line Career