The first scholarship offer came quickly for junior defensive end Chancey Aghayere of Garland, Texas.
Texas A&M coach Stan Eggen was by the school this last week paying a visit to check out the 6-foot-3, 220-pound defensive end and a scholarship offer came just days ago in the mail. The Aggies currently sit in the top three spot for the talented 2008 prospect.
"It was real sudden because I didn't think I was going to get an offer that quickly," Aghayere said. "They're in my top three with LSU and Texas."
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In fact, Aghayere is planning on heading to College Station this weekend for a visit to check out the Aggies. He's also planning to make the Texas junior day the weekend after that on Feb. 11.
Each of his top three schools has impressed Aghayere thus far.
"I like A&M's defensive line schemes," Aghayere said. "I went to see a game this past year when they played Texas. I didn't got as a visitor, I just went as a fan
"LSU has a fast-paced defense and Texas, both of my parents graduated from there. They're Longhorn fans."
So do his parents want him to go to Texas?
"My dad wants me to, but my mom doesn't care," Aghayere said. "She just wants me to get a scholarship to go to school."