2. Larry Ogunjobi, Defensive Tackle
Defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi has been one of the rising stars for the Browns the last few seasons. After being selected in the third round of the 2017 draft out of Charlotte, he has shown to be quite the steal for Cleveland. His last two seasons he has combined for 11 sacks and 102 tackles, which is pretty solid production from a defensive tackle.
Despite being such a solid starter for the Browns, his Madden rating is just 77 overall. His 77 overall rating is why Ogunjobi falls to No. 2 on this list of biggest snubs.
Ogunjobi has been far more productive than his rating shows. He ranks as the 34th best tackle in the league according to Madden 21. Again, that does not seem terribly unfair, but he deserves a higher ranking than that and surely a higher overall. He should be around 82 overall.
Ogunjobi is powerful, quick, and disruptive along the defensive front. His ratings of only 88 strength and 78 tackle seem significantly lower than what he shows week in and week out. His biggest snub might be his pursuit rating of only 82. He is constantly following the ball and not giving up on plays that have gone away from him. His pursuit rating should be close to 90.
Ogunjobi is a far better player than his 77 portrays, and hopefully he shows what he is capable of this season. If he stays healthy, he and the rest of the defensive line should have a great year.