Texas 5 Star adds a few

Rodrique Wright, who is the five star defensive tackle from Alief Hastings High School in Houston has 18 tackles, four hurries and one fumble recovery through the first three games of this season.
He is a Rivals 100 five star prospect ranked number one in the nation at his position.
The 6-foot-5, 330 pounder has offers from Texas, Texas A&M, Louisiana State, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kansas State, Iowa State, Kansas, Colorado, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Baylor, Iowa, Northwestern, Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, Ohio State, Purdue, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Penn State.

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He has not set up any of his visits as of yet and will make his decision after a couple of his visits - probably some time in December.
If he had to make his official visits, they would be to the following (his new comments follow):
Texas – "They have a really good defense and need defensive tackles. It's close to home and they have good academic standards."
Louisiana State – "The head coach is nice and I like him, and they are also close to home."
Oklahoma – "They are the defending national champions and they are ranked number three in the polls now I think and I like the head coach and his staff (Third year head coach Bob Stoops).
Texas A&M – "They are close to home and I like the coaches though I haven't seen them play this year so I don't know how good they are as a team."
Kansas State - "I keep them on the list because a friend goes there and they've been tracking my since I was a sophomore."
Tennessee - "They are a good team with a good winning percentage and a lot of television exposure and I like their recruiting coach."
Rodrique cited his strength and speed as his strong points in the last interview and said this time - "My size and speed are my strong points as a defensive tackle."
He still describes himself as - "An aggressive smart player."
When asked what pro player his style of play most matches he said, "I'm not sure on that one, I'd really have to think on it. . . I know what player I try to play like and that would be Jevon Kearse of the Titans even though he's a defensive end, I try to play like him."