Olu Oluwatimi Biography
Olusegun Oluwatimi is a famous American football player who is currently playing in the National Football League (NFL) as a center for the Seattle Seahawks. Olu was a college football player at Michigan and Virginia. Olu won the Rimington and Outland Trophy in 2022.
Olu Oluwatimi Age
Olu Oluwatimi was born on August 5, 1999, in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, United States, and presently he is 24 years old.
Olu Oluwatimi Height
Oluwatimi stands at a moderate stature of 6 feet 3 inches (Approximately 1.9 m).
Olu Oluwatimi Family
He was born in Nigeria though he was brought up in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, United States by his supportive and hardworking parents Yetunde and Olufemi Oluwatimi. Oluwatimi’s parents were immigrants. Olu was brought up together with his one gorgeous sister and four amazing brothers and one of them is named Oluwaseun Oluwatimi who is a defensive lineman at Maryland and majors in economics.
Olu Oluwatimi Wife
Olu is not only a popular footballer but also an enigmatic individual who has managed to keep information about his marital status away from the limelight thus these details will be updated as soon as Olu does.
Olu Oluwatimi Education
He schooled at DeMatha Catholic High School based in Hyattsville, Maryland, prior to joining the United States Air Force Academy in 2017. Olu was a member of the Air Force Falcons football team though did not appear in any games with them.
Olu Oluwatimi Salary
Olu will receive an annual salary of $915,000 in 2024.
Olu Oluwatimi Net Worth
Oluwatimi has an estimated net worth of between 41 million – $5 million US dollars.
Olu Oluwatimi Career
In 2018 he moved to the University of Virginia and from 2019 to 2021 he began 32 consecutive games for the Virginia Cavaliers. In 2021, Olu was among the three finalists for the Rimington Trophy, an award given annually to the best center in the nation. Olu was drafted as a second-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America. In 2021 Oluwatimi graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in economics.
As a graduate student, Olu transferred to play for the Michigan Wolverines at the University of Michigan in January 2022. Oluwatimi retrieved the Rimington Trophy as the best center and the Outland Trophy as the best interior offensive lineman in college football by the end of the season. Furthermore, Olu was named a consensus first-team All-American.
In the fifth round, 154th overall, of the 2023 NFL Draft Oluwatimi was selected by the Seattle Seahawks. In that year, he played two of three preseason matches, due to injury. he was held out of the second. After losing the job to free-agent signing Evan Brown, Oluwatimi started the regular season as the Seahawks’ backup center.