Signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent on May 13, 2022, as part of the NFL's International Player Pathway program…saw action in 40 games with 30 starts over four seasons at Eastern Michigan (2018-21)…tallied 21 career catches for 194 yards and four touchdowns for the Eagles…earned a scholarship to Eastern Michigan after competing at junior colleges Garden City (Kan.), and West Hills-Coalinga (Calif.).
As a graduate (2021), started all 13 games and tallied career-best marks in receptions (13), receiving yards (130), and tied his career-high mark with two receiving scores…caught a season-long 18-yard pass...earned third-team All-MAC recognition…as a senior (2020), started all six games…made five catches for 48 yards with two touchdowns…caught a career-long 20-yard pass…named a team captain…was a semifinalist for the Campbell Trophy…named to the John Mackey Award watch list for the second consecutive year…selected to wear jersey No. 2, a program honor bestowed upon the most deserving pass catcher…as junior (2019), appeared in all 13 games and made seven starts…logged three receptions for 16 yards…named to the John Mackey Award watch list…as a sophomore (2018), saw action in eight games and made four starts…transferred to Eastern Michigan in 2017 from Garden City (Kan.) Community College…appeared in the season opener but suffered a season-ending injury…transferred to Garden City Community College from West Hills-Coalinga junior college in 2016…as a freshman (2016), played one season at West Hills-Coalinga junior college where he was named all-conference after collecting 15 receptions for 184 yards and two touchdowns… graduated in December 2020 with a degree in sport management from Eastern Michigan.
High school/personal: attended Helen Parkhurst (Netherlands) High School where he was a three-year captain and named the Dutch National MVP after recording 22 sacks…awarded jersey No. 2 at Eastern Michigan, awarded to a player "the entire community could rally around," and according to Odukoya's head coach at Eastern Michigan, Chris Creighton, he is "a person that the entire program respects and admires"…son of Michael Odukoya and Lisette Blankestijn…has one brother, Jayden, and three sisters, Tobi, Florine, and Robyn…@thomaso_ on Instagram and Twitter…last name pronounced OH-due-COY-ah…born Thomas Ayodele Odukoya on May 5, 1997 in Almere, Netherlands.
Nine Titans Plan to Pay Homage to Their Heritage With International Flag Displays on Helmets
Across the league, over 200 players, coaches and executives are scheduled to take part as the league celebrates the growing number of nationalities and cultures that make up the fabric of the League with an initiative that will see players take the field with international flags on their helmets.