With his size and his 4.7-speed in the 40, Aghayere knows that he will have a chance to play college football. By his offers, he will have a chance to play college football at a very high level at a very good school.
Still for Aghayere, he isn't letting the recruiting attention get to him. He is using the attention and the offers that he has received to this point as motivation to help him become the best player that he can possibly be.
"It motivates me. I use all of them as motivation for me to work harder. I am not going to get big-headed about any of this. I want to make myself the best player that I can possibly be."
A rumor has been floating around that Nebraska has extended Aghayere an offer, but if they had he doesn't know about it. "No sir. I don't have a Nebraska offer. I haven't picked one up from Nebraska."
As a sophomore Aghayere collected 31 tackles, nine tackles for loss, five sacks, caused one fumble, recovered two fumbles and was named the Sophomore of the Year for region 11-5A. A year later Aghayere collected 60 tackles, 21 tackles for loss and four sacks. He earned first team all-district honors as a junior.