Yenga still on the fence?

Arlington - 3-star linebacker Jonathan Yenga led No. 1 ranked Euless Trinity in tackles on Monday afternoon, but it was what he told after that will steal the headlines. Yenga visited a Big 12 school this weekend and will make his "final" decision after the season. Come inside for the latest!

Arlington – Euless Trinity's offense couldn't be stopped from scoring 80 points on the Shiloh Christian (Ark) defense Monday afternoon, but the Trinity defense still has some work to do.

The Trojans allowed 20 points in the first half, giving Trinity head coach Steve Linewaver something to focus on this week in practice.

"Yeah, we will pay for it," said SMU commitment Jonathan Yenga to

The younger brother of Youri Yenga, Jonathan led the Trojans in tackles with seven in the game. He was pulled late 3rd quarter, after the game was out of reach.

Fresh off two commitments in the last two days, SMU fans might not be excited to hear what Yenga also had to say about this weekend.

"I went to Baylor. They had a game Saturday and really wanted me to come watch," said the senior. "So far, it's just them SMU and Baylor for visits, but we will see. I'm still looking around. I will make my decision after football is over. I will let you guys all know where I'm going."

Even with a trip to Waco on Saturday, Yenga was in front of his television screen on Sunday afternoon for the SMU/Tech game.

"I thought they did good. They were down, but they came back and didn't stop battling."

In a video interview later today, Trinity wide receiver Brandon Carter told's Greg Powers that he is trying to convince Yenga to go to Oklahoma. At this time, its unknown if the Sooners are showing interest in the SMU commitment.

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