"I had a good time. It was a good camp," Okafor added.
This was Okafor's first visit to the 40 Acres, and he was very impressed with the campus and facilities.
"I had heard that it was nice, but I had to check it out for myself," Okafor said. "The facilities were really nice. Anything you could think of, they had it."
Okafor was not the only high profile defensive end at the UT camp on Friday. As soon as Okafor laid eyes on South Grand Prairie's Randall Dent, he knew that Dent was for real.
"Actually, there was a guy there that I have seen on some of the websites. I had never met him in person. His name was Randall Dent. He was one of the best players there," Okafor said.
"I don't have any favorites, but after visiting Texas, they are definitely in my top five," Okafor said.
"I want to stay further down south because I like the warm weather. Those teams usually have good programs. I am looking for a school with good tradition, nice facilities and good coaches," Okafor said.
One school in particular that Okafor has been familiar with for quite some time is LSU. His cousin, Eric Alexander, played football in Baton Rouge a couple of years ago and now plays for the New England Patriots.