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Texas DT Ikenna Nwafor admitted, committed


Blessed by a second consecutive season of good health, Cistercian High School (Irving, Tex.) defensive lineman Ikenna Nwafor shot up the rankings after a stellar senior season. The three-star recruit, who committed to the Cardinal last summer, spoke with The Bootleg about his improvement, and his recent admission to the school.

"I felt I made a pretty big improvement," Ikenna Nwafor said. "Last summer was a very good summer for me. I worked hard and learned the intricacies of being a defensive lineman. "First of all my conditioning [improved]. I was able to run longer throughout the season and also didn't get injured. This was my second season where I didn't get injured. Pass rush, I worked a lot on that over the... Recommended Stories

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