He's keeping his options open right now, which makes sense because the recruiting process has just started for this year's juniors.
But despite the early stages, junior defensive tackle
Vincent Oghobaase, ranked No.2 overall out of Alief Hastings High in
"Anyone that offers me just opens up more opportunities," he said. "And I don't want to limit any of those offers. I want to look at every school, see if they have my major, good facilities, and what the depth chart looks like."
"I just want to make the best decision for me and my family—what will help me the most in the long-run in accomplishing my goals. It's going to come down to what I can get out of the experience."
Oghobaase, who visited LSU last week for Junior Day, said in
addition to the co-national champs, he has offers from Texas A&M,
Though this talented and fast nose tackle at 5.10 40-yards
grew up wanting to play for
"It was just a great experience for me," he said. "I saw everything and had the chance to meet with Coach (Nick) Saban there. They made me feel at home and it wasn't even my official, so I can only imagine what it will be like next year."
The rebuilding of the
"Coach (Mike) Stoops comes from winning programs and knows
what it takes to turn things around," he said. "I know he will do it at
But until decision day comes, Oghobaase said he wants to focus on getting better everyday at everything he does. Though he said his best asset is his ability to jam the middle, he wants to get faster.
"That's what I most need to work on," he said. "I'm not slow at all and my feet aren't bad, but I can only get better. They aren't at their highest potential. Just being better overall is what I want. I know that if I'm quicker, faster, and strong, I will be unbelievable."