The Opening is an event this summer where the top 150 high school players qualifying at various combines from around the country will go to Oregon for a week of training with top NFL players such as Ndamukong Suh and Patrick Peterson.
Prevot said that he clocked a 4.67 in the f40-yard dash. He is a classic candidate to be an edge rusher at the college level. Last season he helped Alief Taylor to a playoff berth and a 7-5 record before being knocked out of the playoffs by Houston Memorial.
Prevot had 53 tackles with 20 tackles for loss, and 14 sacks.
LSU was the first school to offer, but now Oklahoma State has jumped in along with Arizona State, Baylor, Colorado, Houston, Kansas, Kansas State, Mississippi, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and West Virginia among others.
Prevot has been to Texas Junior Day earlier this spring and he has some travel plans coming up.
"I'm going to LSU on March 17, and then I'm going to Texas A&M on March 23," said Prevot. "I don't really have any plans this summer yet, but I am going to get around."
As for the Oklahoma State offer, Prevot actually has a connection to OSU and Stillwater.
"Yeah, I was talking to Coach Gundy, it was yesterday," he said. "Coach Gundy is a good guy and I enjoyed talking to him. I have a sister that goes to Oklahoma State. Krystal, my sister, goes to school there."
That can't hurt, and Prevot, as he proved in the combine today, is a sensational prospect.