What Does Olu Oluwatimi’s Ceiling Look Like At Virginia?

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Virginia center Olu Oluwatimi has 23 career starts.
Olu Oluwatimi is back for the third straight season as the starting center for Virginia. ~ Photo courtesy Matt Riley/Virginia Athletics Media Relations

One of the most exciting pieces of potential for this year’s Virginia football team is that the offense is full of experience. Brennan Armstrong returns as the starting quarterback. Billy Kemp IV, Keytaon Thompson, and others are back at receiver. Most of the running backs have familiar names.

Then, of course, there’s the offensive line. The Cavaliers feature six linemen with starting experience on the roster: Bobby Haskins, Ryan Swoboda, Joe Bissinger, Chris Glaser, and Ryan Nelson have taken varying levels of snaps at the tackle and guard spots, while Olusegun Oluwatimi – or Olu – has held down the center spot for two years running. That’s the jumping off point for the latest in The Sabre’s “50 Thoughts Before Virginia Football Kickoff” summer reading series – “What Does Olu Oluwatimi’s Ceiling Look Like?”

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