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Prince Wanogho | Tackle

Team: Auburn Tigers
Ht / Wt:  6'7" / 307

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Auburn redshirt junior T Prince Tego Wangho (undisclosed) has been limited during the practice week.
Wanogho (6'7/301) starts at left tackle for the Tigers. He was injured in Saturday's win over Southern Miss. Also injured in that contest, starting right tackle Jack Driscoll. Should either or both be unable to take the field against Mississippi State this weekend, Bailey Sharp, Calvin Ashley and Austin Troxell are all players who could see an uptick in snaps. Oct 4 - 8:09 PM

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Auburn redshirt sophomre T Prince Tega Wanogho "looks the part of a big-time prospect," writes's Lance Zierlein.

Wanogho (6'7/301) is a Nigeria native who moved to Alabama in high school. He played only one year of high school football. The former high school basketball player, now Auburn's starting left tackle, signed with the Tigers as a four-star defensive lineman. Wanogho is "long and possesses very good feet," writes Zierlein.
Tue, Sep 12, 2017 12:56:00 PM

Auburn DC Kevin Steele described redshirt freshman DE Prince Wanogho as "an athletic guy and he can run really well."

Nigeria native Wanogho didn't suit up for game action in 2015, as he was recovering from tibia and fibula fractures in his left leg. The 6-foot-8, 245-pound redshirt freshman just started playing football three years ago and is predictably raw, but his defensive coordinator's impressed with his eagerness to learn. Said Steele, "He's like a sponge. He hangs on every word you say." Meanwhile, DT Devaroe Lawrence was not shy to ladle on the praise, saying that Wanogho is "strong as an ox" and that "everything he does is almost effortless." The former four-star recruit could make some noise come the start of the 2016 campaign, assuming his lack of polish doesn't hamstring him too much.
Sun, Mar 6, 2016 06:49:00 PM

Auburn freshman DE Prince Wanogho has been cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse and will now enroll in classes.

A 2015 four-star recruit and the No. 9 strongside defensive end in the country, Wanogho's admission into school was held up due to a review of his Nigerian academic records. Wanogho moved to Alabama last year. "I tried to stop thinking about it but I just couldn’t. It’s a great day," Wanogho said. "I’m really happy to get that and I’m looking forward to moving over there. I’m actually getting bored not having school. I just go work out. Now I’ve got a chance to go over there and meet up with my classmates and get to know everybody." Wanogho fractured both the tibia and fibula in his left leg in November and seems likely to take a redshirt this year.
Sun, Jun 14, 2015 05:59:00 PM