Just because spring practice has come to a close at Houston (TX) Westside High School, that doesn’t mean that college coaches are not still coming by to check out athletes would could end up their future rosters.
One who has been on many Division I college radars is defensive end Eric Dago. After weeks of spring training, the 6-foot-3, 195-pound Dago is sporting a couple of offers.
“I have offers from North Texas and McNeese State,” Dago said. “That’s it right now. I’m getting a lot of looks from coaches coming by to see me.”
Other schools that have been by inquiring about him are Nebraska Arizona, Baylor, Notre Dame, Tulsa, UTEP, and Iowa State.
In previous interviews, Dago was high on schools in the SEC.
As he prepares for his senior season, there is one thing in particular that he would like to accomplish prior to his final year.
“I wants to work on size for next season,” Dago said. “I got to get bigger for next season I have no choice.”
Dago was unsure about what was on his summer agenda, but plans to attend as many camps as possible. Despite an ankle injury this past season, he still recorded 54 tackles and five sacks.