"It's a huge honor for me to get an invite to Austin. I have always been a Longhorn fan, so I really think it's sort of a blessing," said Neroes. "Texas A&M is this weekend, I'm supposed to be going to Houston's I guess in two weeks, and I'm going to Texas in February.
"It would be shocking to me if I got an offer, but I don't think I could make my decision just then. But at the same time you never know. You have to get into that situation first."
"It was really neat to see how they presented themselves as a program. I really liked it up there," said the linebacker. I feel like Oklahoma and Texas A&M are getting close in a way to offering me.
"Most schools are recruiting me as a linebacker. I'm not sure about Texas. I'm just starting to hear from them and get information. I mostly played defensive end and outside linebacker last year."
So what is Neroes looking for in a school?
"I'm looking for a place where they have great academics in my major. I also don't want to be to far away from home. I really want to be close to home."
The junior describes himself as a player that gives 100% "every play, every down, and every practice."
Recently he has run a 4.7 electric forty time and a 4.45 hand forty time.
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