"Because I go to work at midnight and you are just catching me getting up right now I am sometimes out of the loop. I know they were also going to try to see Baylor, but they did have a good trip to Oklahoma."
The last name is pronounced N-all-E-I, and the younger Lemaefe is between 6-4 and 6-5 and is 315 pounds. He moves well and is listed by Texas Football Magazine as not only a top offensive line prospect but also a physical mismatch for virtually any opponent that Euless Trinity faces.
He has offers from both Oklahoma State and Baylor, and may have picked up an offer from Utah on his trip.
His dad says his son shares a cell phone with his brother and we have the number and will keep trying to get the latest status. Oklahoma State currently has just one offensive line commitment in the 2014 class in Matthew Mucha.