Germain Ifedi (Houston, Texas/Westside): Ifedi is a very impressive prospect on the hoof at 6-foot-5, 310-pounds. The brother of former Westside defensive end and Memphis freshman Martin Ifedi attended camp at Texas A&M over the weekend and plans to take in a camp at TCU as well. He lists Ohio State as his childhood favorite. Memphis has already extended a verbal offer to the all-district selection.
Trey Keenan (Argyle, Texas): The 6-foot-6, 255-pound tackle has quietly flown up the radar of regional programs throughout the season and spring. The athletic prospect that can run (reports a 4.88-forty yard dash) and mirror laterally has been so impressive that Texas Tech and Kansas have extended verbal offers with Texas A&M a strong possibility in the coming weeks. Keenan bench presses 345 and squats 425.
Simon Goines (Keller, Texas/Central): Goines can be seen on the football field or basketball court in the metroplex. At 6-foot-7 (has been reported to be nearing 6-foot-8 now) with good feet, Goines has caught the eye of a number of programs in the Southwest Region. On July 16 and 17th, the junior will be making his first unofficial visits of the summer to Louisiana Tech and LSU. Along with LSU and Louisiana Tech, he lists Texas A&M, Nebraska, Iowa, Oklahoma, Texas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State and Stanford as schools of interest. The majority of his listed schools came through Keller Central in the spring and are showing interest. Because of a full AAU schedule playing for the Dallas Heroes, he hasn't been able to make any camps.
Christian Okafor (Houston, Texas/Westbury): The 6-foot-6, 300-pound first team all-district performer has caught the eye of Texas A&M and TCU. He has attended camps at both universities with Texas A&M last weekend. Like Ifedi, Okafor is very impressive on the hoof having measured 6-foot-6 without shoes on at both camps. Texas A&M has jumped out to an early leader after a very impressive visit over the weekend, but he is also keeping a close eye on TCU, Oklahoma and Texas Tech.