We asked him to check back with us later after his visit.
Salako said before the end of the call that he was looking forward to coming to Oklahoma State to check out the program and was anxious to find out where he would continue his college football career.
The Alabama native of Grissom High School in Hintsville, has had a strong career at UAB starting all 12 games this season for the Blazers, who were bowl eligible at 6-6 but did not get a bid after the program was dropped. He played in all 13 games as a redshirt freshman following sitting out his true freshman season. He is a second-team All-Conference USA Academic award winner from last season.
In high school he played defensive line his sophomore and junior years, and offensive line as a senior. He was a 2011 All-City Second Team offense selection and recorded 11 pancake blocks and did not allow a sack his senior year while being voted the team's best offensive lineman as a senior. As a sophomore and junior he was named team's best defensive lineman. As a junior he had 58 tackles, including 26 solo takedowns, four sacks, and three forced fumbles.