According to two-way lineman Latarius Brady of Memphis (Tenn.) East, everything went well during his recent visit to Arkansas State, which currently is the only team to offer him.
"I was there last Monday," Brady said. "I loved it. I loved the atmosphere and the campus. I got to chill with some of the players."
He also competed in a camp while there.
"There was a big debate about which side I should play," Brady said. "The head coach asked me which side I wanted to play on and I said, 'Defense.'"
Besides Arkansas State, Brady also has visited Memphis, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. Of those schools, he said he is being shown the most interest by Memphis and Vanderbilt.
"They're recruiting me hard," Brady said. "I think the next call will be the offers."
The feedback from both programs has been positive, Brady said.
"Coach [James] Franklin at Vanderbilt, he liked the way I played on both sides," Brady said. "He told me to go on defense during one-on-ones. He likes me on the defensive side. I talk to Vanderbilt a lot. Memphis had me doing a lot more [at camp] than Vanderbilt. They even had me playing some tight end to see if I could catch. They had me on offense first. Then during one-on-ones I did three on offense then I went to defense one time. They told me to work there the rest of the day."
What's next for Brady?
"I'm not sure," he said. "I'm waiting for my coach to come back from out of town. I going to one more school and I think it's Alabama."