2014 OL Knox knows announcement plans, but not destination 

July, 19, 2012
COLLEGE STATION, Texas --- One of the biggest players, literally, at the Texas Division II 7-on-7 state tournament on Thursday was one who wasn't playing: 6-4, 296-pound offensive tackle Demetrius Knox (Fort Worth, Texas/All Saints Episcopal).

While 7-on-7 is designed for skill-position players, Knox made the trek to Aggieland to support his teammates and watch them compete at the Penberthy Intramural Fields. The 2014 tackle holds offers from Alabama, Baylor, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA and he's approved for offers from Oklahoma and Texas, which will be extended in February.

Knox said on Thursday that while he doesn't know yet where he wants to go, he knows when and where he wants to announce -- at one of the All-American games. Knox said he has been invited to both the Under Armour All-American game and the U.S. Army All-American game, but hasn't finalized which one he'll head to.

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