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Toby Okunna signs with Western New Mexico University

Toby Okunna signed his national letter of intent  yesterday to Western New Mexico University. Okunna has only been playing high school football for 2 years but in that time he saw an opportunity that his talents might earn him a scholarship at the next level. “I have worked very hard for this from lifting at…
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Paul Olund

February 12, 2015

Toby Okunna signed his national letter of intent  yesterday to Western New Mexico University. Okunna has only been playing high school football for 2 years but in that time he saw an opportunity that his talents might earn him a scholarship at the next level.

“I have worked very hard for this from lifting at 6 in the morning before school to working out another 3 hours after school.”

Okunna looks to make an immediate impact on the team playing defense end and linebacker by hopefully contributing the Mustangs to a wining season.

– Nick Herrera

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