Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund is an American college football player for the Southeastern Louisiana Lions.
Adeyemi-Berglund grew up in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada and attended Dartmouth High School. At Dartmouth High school he played football, rugby, and basketball. Adeyemi_berglund spent time at linebacker and defensive end for the Spartans. He was named first team NSSAF All-Star for his performance at the linebacker position. As a rugby player Adeyemi-Berglund lined up as a flank and helped the Spartans win 3 straight HRM championships. Finishing high school Adeyemi-Berglund went on to attend Champlain Regional College in Lennoxville, Quebec.
Adeyemi-Berglund recorded through 11 games played tackles (38), sacks (6), Tackles for loss (14), fumble recoveries (6), and fumble forced (1). He helped lead the Cougars to an 11–0 record in 2015 and a Bol D’or championship. This team was voted to be the all decade team in CEGEP. Through his efforts he was named as a first team all-star at the defensive end position by the RSEQ  as well as ranked as the number eight prospect in the nation by Canadian Football Chat. Adeyemi-Berglund garnered multiple preferred walk-on offers from schools like Texas Tech and Penn State but eventually committed to Southeastern Louisiana University.
Adeyemi-Berglund attended Southeastern Louisiana University. He served a residency year in his first year in 2016. In 2017, Adeyemi-Berglund recorded in 9 games played tackles (11), tackles for loss (2), sacks (1.5) and quarterback hurry (1). In 2018 Adeyemi-Berglund was named a starter at defensive end. He recorded in 11 games played tackles (63), tackles for loss (10), sacks (6), pass break-ups (6), quarterback hurry (7), and forced fumbles (3). In his senior season Adeyemi-Berglund was a captain for each game. The senior defensive end recorded tackles (61), tackles for loss (16), sacks (7.5), pass break-ups (4), quarterback hurry (3), and forced fumbles (3). Adeyemi-Berglund led the team in both sacks and tackles for loss in 13 games played. For his efforts on the field he earned a spot on the All-Louisiana Collegiate Football Team. 
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