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Alex Okafor Makes 16

Alex Okafor Makes 16

The Texas coaching staff made it clear to Alex Okafor during his junior day visit that he was the number one target at defensive end. At the time, the Pflugerville product still wanted to check out several schools before pulling the trigger on a commitment. Okafor traveled back to Austin on Saturday and left as the 16th member of Texas' 2009 class.

Alex Okafor traveled to Austin on Saturday for a scrimmage with the feeling that Texas might just be the right place for him. After the visit concluded, he knew exactly where he wanted to play his college ball. "After I visited all the places that I was still considering, I sat down at home with my parents, and I kind of felt like Texas was the right place for me. When I went up there today, I...

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