May 12, 2008
Aladenoye says an offer this week might end things
For all of the elite talent that was on hand at the TCU NIKE camp a few weekends ago it was Josh Aladenoye who brought home the award of MVP of the offensive line. The Mesquite (Texas) North Mesquite product faced up against talented defensive ends like Alex Okafor, Anthony Rogers, even Oklahoma commitment Terry Franklin and made a strong impression.
It may not have been spurred by the performance but recently Oklahoma took a look at the 6-foot-5, 340-pound offensive lineman who already claims offers from Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Colorado, and Arkansas.
"(Oklahoma) came down and looked at me on Thursday, they had been showing me some attention since I was a freshman," Aladenoye said. " I've been talking to Oklahoma for a long time, coach James Patton, the offensive line coach.
"He is a good coach, he knows what he is talking about, I think he knows how to mold players."
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