2011: As a freshman, Okot played in the final 18 games for the Drovers, starting in all but one of those. He scored his first goal for USAO in a shutout over conference opponent Rogers State, and then scored both USAO’s goals in a 2-0 win over Missouri Valley in the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament. He also had an assist in back-to-back-to-back mid-October games. Okot earned All-Conference Second Team honors as a strong mid-fielder.
2009-10: Before USAO, Okot played two seasons at Borehamwood College in London, where he was named Player of the Year and earned the Players Player Award.
Interesting Fact: Has 18 aunts and uncles