Casady’s Josh Wariboko-Alali says he’s enjoying the process.
After de-committing in April from his verbal commitment to Oklahoma, the 6-foot-3, 310-pound offensive lineman said the Sooners are still in the mix but he will have a better idea of his top choices after making official visits.
“It’s really cool,” Wariboko-Alali said about his recruitment process being reopened. “It’s stressful, but it’s cool at the same time. I’m just trying to take it day by day.”
Wariboko-Alali remains at No. 2 on The Oklahoman’s Super 30. He trails only Jalin Barnett of Lawton, who is regarded by many recruiting services as one of the top lineman recruits in the country.
Wariboko-Alali now has 23 offers after Arizona State recently made its bid.
But for now he is enjoying watching the list grow and working through the process alongside his younger brother Max, who already has offers from Louisville, Tulsa and UCLA.
“It’s going well for him,” said Josh, who openly admits he’d like to play collegiately with Max. “He’s excited about (his offers) and working really hard.”