Manchester City bred, Adarabioyo, featured as one of EFL Championship players last weekend.
Adarabioyo, 22, is a British national who was born in the city of Manchester. He is an utility player who can fit for the roles of a centre back or a right back.
The youngster started his playing career in Manchester City Reserves where he played for thirteen years. He is currently on a loan contract to Blackburn rovers following the outdate of his year-long stay at West brom Albion.
Statistics proved that the admirable defender, after scoring a screamer in the 51st minute against Bristol city, has duly displayed a degree of aptitude. He got a 8.11 rating, making him one of the best players on EFL championship super XI.
The English-born defender made his debut FA cup appearance against Chelsea. His brother, Fisayo Adarabioyo, plays for Warrington Town.
The NFF are hoping to put a call through to Adarabioyo who is perceived to have a Nigerian origin.
Post Blackburn vs Bristol analysis showed that Adarabioyo made two interceptions and launched 52 accurate passes. He played alongside Jason Pearce in the central defence.