Ogbebor stands at 6-foot-1, is rated a three-star receiver by Scout and has reeled in a total of nine offers. He has narrowed it down to three programs Boise State, Kansas and Texas Tech.
According to Ogbebor all of these schools are good, but Texas Tech is standing towards the top of that list.
“They [Texas Tech] are the best school out of all my offers and it’s close to my family,” Ogbebor said.
The Texas Tech coaching staff is something that is really standing out to Ogbebor. Leading his recruitment for Texas Tech is assistant coach Darrin Chiaverini who he keeps in touch with every other day.
“I really like them (Texas Tech coaches). They are a great group of men who really care about their recruits,” Ogbebor said.Ogbebor, who according to the Dallas Morning News caught 60 passes for 1,042 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2014, is a versatile and speedy receiver with a 40 time of 4.50 seconds, and said that he could see himself playing both outside and in the slot in the Tech offense.
“I’ll be able to stretch the field and be able to win down the field, as well as intermediate routes, and I can go across the middle,” Ogbebor said.
He has yet to make a trip to any of the schools in his top three, but said he plans to make his official visit to Texas Tech sometime during the season.
Although, a decision could come even sooner for Ogbebor, who wants to decide before the season starts. The only thing that is standing between him and a commitment is the possibility of offers from TCU and Oklahoma State, who he has been in contact with recently.
Even with those Big 12 offers in the picture, Ogbebor reassured Texas Tech would still be a top interest.
Stay tuned to Scout for updates on Ogbebors’s recruitment as he nears his decision.