Q&A: Aggies OL target Caleb Benenoch 

September, 12, 2012
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KATY, Texas -- Last weekend was both frustrating and memorable for Katy (Texas) Seven Lakes standout Caleb Benenoch.

Caleb Benenoch
Max Olson/ESPN.comCaleb Benenoch has narrowed his list to five schools.
The 6-foot-6, 321-pound Benenoch, who is ranked 19th nationally among offensive guards, aggravated a right high-ankle sprain injury he suffered in the preseason and couldn't finish his team's thrilling 45-42 triple-overtime win over Friendswood (Texas) Clear Brook.

But the win was memorable and the next day, Benenoch was in College Station, Texas, taking in the festivities as Texas A&M opened its Southeastern Conference era against Florida. GigEmNation caught up with Benenoch to get his thoughts on the trip and where he is in the recruiting process.

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