A good student, Irokansi is 6-3, 220 pounds and runs a 4.8. He is strong with a nearly 400-pound bench press. He is popular with a lot of schools.
"I've been to OU and Texas A&M for their Junior Days, and Oklahoma State wants me to come up to their Junior Day this weekend, and Texas Tech wants me to come on the (February) 26th," said Irokansi.
"North Texas wants me to come next weekend and I talked to a coach from TCU that wants me at their next Junior Day. Kansas State told me they are having an elite Junior Day and then another one and they want me to be at one of those. Then I get invitations in the mail without talking to coaches. LSU is one of those and then also Georgia. It is hard to make all of them, so I'm just trying to get to the ones I can."
A good student, Irokanis said he would like to major in criminal justice or pre-law. Academics is part of what he is looking for in a school. He is like many talented football players in eyeing a school which has good support, good facilities, positive coaches, and a place where you have a chance to be really successful.
Irokansi said he grew up following Texas since the Longhorns are so close, but he is not stuck on Texas or any other school even based on georgraphy.
"If I visit a school and I like it, even if it not in Texas or close by, that is not going to keep me from going there," said the talented defensive end.