At 6-foot-3, 220-pounds, Ehambe has excellent size and speed that translates into a next level outside linebacker prospect. Ehambe is preparing to play his first season at Prime Prep. He starred as a sophomore at Grace Prep and played the 2012 season at Mansfield Summit.
SMU has extended Ehambe an offer and programs such as TCU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Texas A&M, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Indiana have shown interest. TCU recently invited him to attend their February 23rd junior day.
Ehambe is patiently waiting to see if the Frogs extend an offer.
"When I was at Summit before Prime Prep, my friend Bryson Henderson was getting recruited by TCU and he introduced them to me," Ehambe said. "They liked my size and they said they were going to keep an eye out for me. And ever since I got to Prime Prep, they've been talking a lot to my head coach and that's how they've got to know me. My coach told me they invited me to a junior day and if I get to that they may offer me, but I'm not sure about that yet. I have to see when I go out there."
Although he played along the defensive line at Summit and Grace Prep, Ehambe says most programs see him making the move to full time linebacker at the next level.
"I think they're recruiting me as a linebacker because that's where people think I will play at in college," he said. "Right now the coaches have said I have good size for a college outside linebacker so I'm thinking that's where they'll put me when I get there. I'm just going to keep working at it."
As for TCU, Ehambe says he grew up a huge fan of the Frogs. Two of his closest friends recently signed as part of TCU's 2013 class and the rising 2014 prospect says he would like to follow in their footsteps.
"I know they've been one of my favorite schools for a long time, it's one my dream schools," he said. "I love watching them play football and two of my closest friends are going there, Bryson Henderson and George Baltimore. I also know Devonte Fields, I've talked to him."