Anyanwu Still Interested in Texas Tech

It is no secret Texas Tech needs help along the defensive front and Hampton (GA) Lovejoy senior defensive end/linebacker hybrid Randy Anyanwu could help fill the void.

Hampton (GA) Lovejoy defensive end Randy Anyanwu has received many offers and is busy making visits to ensure he chooses a team that helps him excel as a player.

Texas Tech is one of those schools on his radar.

Anyanwu has received offers from Duke, Georgia State, Marshall, Old Dominion, Texas Tech, UAB, West Virginia, West Kentucky, Temple, Tennessee State and Jacksonville State.

"I am six feet, three inches, 230 pounds and I can play defensive end and outside linebacker." Anyanwu said. "I feel like I come off the ball quick, I'm physical. I execute what ever play needs to be made."

Out of all the schools recruiting him Anyanwu has some particular interests but new Tteams continue to take interest, which he is also taking into consideration.

Currently Anyanwu is focused on visiting schools and getting the feel for prospective coaches and teammates.

"I am going to Temple this Friday. I am going to Western Kentucky next weekend," Anyanwu said. "I plan on making a visit to Texas Tech in January."

Texas Tech sparks some interest for Anyanwu and he is anticipating his visit. Anyanwu said they were a good-looking team this year.

"I haven't visited Texas Tech just yet but coach Scott has been recruiting me hard." Anyanwu said. "I'm very interested in Tech and I really like the way they play. They were good this year and started off strong."

No matter where Anyanwu ends up he will stay true to his love for the game and the ability to change things up. He will bring great energy to any team he becomes apart of.

"I will bring with me a hard worker that is filled with passion for the game," Anyanwu said. "I can bring versatility because I can play both defensive end and outside linebacker."

Out of all the schools that have shown interest and offered Anyanwu, he is sifting through to find a team that will help him become a better player. Ultimately, Anyanwu wants to be on a team that will further his dreams beyond college.

"I want to be on a team where we can win or eventually be winning and compete hard to play early," Anyanwu said. "It's important for me to get along with the coaches and ultimately have a chance to go pro."

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