Ravens’ David Ojabo became the final member of the 2022 rookie class to sign his contract.

David Ojabo’s name could one day be part of a trivia question about the NFL’s 2022 rookie class. On Tuesday night, the Ravens’ second-round pick became the final member of the league’s reigning draft class to sign his rookie contract.

The 22-year-old linebacker was the 45th overall pick in this year’s draft. A native of Nigeria, Ojabo came to America at the age of 17, where he dipped his toes in basketball before switching to football. Ojabo played his college football at Michigan, where he did not become a starter until this past season.

Ojabo made his final season at Michigan Count. A consensus All-American last season, Ojabo made 11 sacks while helping the Wolverines win the Big Ten title. One of the sacks came during Michigan’s emotional victory over archrival Ohio State, as the Wolverines defeated the Buckeyes for the first time in a decade.

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The 6-foot-5 guard is expected to help bolster a Ravens defense that finished 19th in the NFL in scoring last season. He will be part of a Baltimore defense that also includes Kelis Campbell, Justin Madobuyke, Odafe Oh, Marcus Peters and Marlon Humphrey.

Along with Ojabo, the Ravens defense will also feature first-round pick Kyle Hamilton, third-round pick Travis Jones and fourth-round pick Jalen Armor-Davis.