Okakpu, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound linebacker, recorded a second interception and ended the season with 151 tackles.
With his football season over, Okakpu will serve as a swingman on Roswell's basketball team.
Also this winter, Okakpu will take his lone official visit -- to UNC, the school he verbally committed to in July. His Chapel Hill trip is scheduled for the weekend of January 11th.
Last week, Okakpu hosted Butch Davis for his in-home visit.
"He talked about the academic and the athletic aspects of the school, and how he really liked being there," Okakpu said. "He talked about how I would love it there. And he talked about the school and the academic aspect of it."
Tommy Thigpen, Okakpu's primary recruiter and future position coach, is in-contact with Okakpu weekly and has also held an in-home visit himself.
"He told me I'm going to play the position that [Durell] Mapp, the weakside [linebacker], played" Okakpu said.
Primarily, Okakpu has played middle linebacker throughout his career at Roswell.
"As a freshman I played varsity and I played some outside linebacker and even this year I saw a little time on the outside," Okakpu said.