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HIGH SCHOOL—He earned PrepStar All- West Region honors at outside linebacker as a senior, when MaxPreps.com named him first-team All-Northern California for all divisions with Cal-Hi Sports naming him second-team All-State in its multi-purpose category.  The Contra-Costa Times selected him to its “Cream of the Crop” team, ranking him No. 14 of the 20 players on its list.  He was also the West Catholic Athletic League Player of the Year as well as the San Jose Mercury News CCS Player of the Year in making the paper’s All-Area team.  He earned second-team All-State and first-team All-WCAL honors.  As a senior, he played running back and tight end on offense, rushing for 787 yards and 14 touchdowns, a 7.7 average for his 102 carries.  He caught eight passes for 207 yards and another score.  He was the backup quarterback as a junior, rushing 11 times for 72 yards but did not throw a pass.  Defensively, at inside linebacker as a senior, he racked up 103 tackles, with 13 quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles, three passes broken up, two quarterback sacks and a blocked punt.  He played outside linebacker as a junior, making 50 tackles which included three sacks, along with three forced fumbles, one recovery, three hurries, two passes broken up and an interception.  He was on the varsity as a sophomore but did not see any action.  Top games as a senior: in a season opening loss to DeLaSalle, he recorded a career-high 13 tackles, two for losses; in a 38-35 win over Valley Christian, he rushed for over 150 yards and three touchdowns (including a 46-yard dash).  Under Coach Mike Janda, Bellarmine was 12-2 his junior year, winning the CIF Central Coast Section championship, and was 11-2 his senior season, losing in the CIF-CCS final (13-10 to St. Ignatius in overtime); it claimed the West Catholic Athletic League title both years (7-0 in league play).  He will letter in basketball for the fourth time this spring (guard)

ACADEMICS—He is interested in majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Colorado.  He owns a 3.5 grade point average in high school.

PERSONAL—He was born September 19, 1995 in San Jose, Calif.  His hobbies include playing basketball and most sports in general.  Two older brothers are playing college football: Kyle will be a sophomore safety at Stanford this fall, while Kristoffer will be a sophomore running back at Idaho.  He is very active in community service through an after school program with Bellarmine, as he has worked extensively with the elderly, children with disabilities and the underprivileged.  He also serves as a presidential ambassador for the school, representing Bellarmine at most school events.  He originally committed to San Jose State.   
(Last name is pronounced oh-lew-bo-day)

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