TAMU just offered tonight and he's really close to Germain Ifedi (starting RG). Gotta think he'll be really tough to pull from TAMU once they put the full press on him and sell him on being the next Mike Evans. Not sure he's an early contributor like the rankings now seem to suggest, but the potential is definitely there.
The one thing that has really separated Evans from other athletic freaks is his desire to just physically hurt people on blocks and with the ball in his hands (see the .gif of him trying to dribble Colvin's head off the turf in the Cotton Bowl). Not everybody has that, and that's something that can't really be taught. If Iheanacho is even close to that physically, he could be special.
Gunna, if Tennessee comes in and steals Avery Gennesy from TAMU's grasp I might have to fly to Knoxville and take a dump on that big rock.