A very athletic, strong, powerful player who has an opportunity to play in the NFL ?
a devastating blocker in both the running and passing attack ?
A fullback in college, Ovie was a first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) selection at that position. Mughelli was selected with the 134th overall pick (fourth round) of the 2003 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens; the choice was a compensatory pick.
He started every game in his senior year as a Demon Deacon, coming in with the third highest rushing touchdown record in school history. He was the second fullback selected in Baltimore's franchise history (the first was Steve Lee in the sixth round of the 1997 NFL Draft); he was also the first ever Wake Forest player selected by the team.
His mom and his friends lend him money, while his girlfriend covers the diapers, groceries and drive-through dinners.
The time in the gym doesn't pay a dime, but his girlfriend, patient woman that she is, drives him there anyway.
He has to borrow a phone to call her to pick him up, but he is not ashamed.
He also led the team to a state title in 1996 and state runner-up honors during his senior year in 1997.
Mughelli attended Wake Forest University, where he was a letterman for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons football team.
He can scarcely afford the 0 per week for his daughter's day care.