Hallendale, Fla., two-way lineman Davin Joseph is back from N.C. State. So did the Wolfpack do anything to put a dent in Oklahoma's lead?
"N.C. State was really good," Joseph, a two-way lineman that is a four-star player, said.
"I liked the coaches a lot and the campus was really neat. They put a lot of money into the school and there is a lot of potential for me to play early."
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So did the Pack put a dent in the lead?
"No, not really," Joseph said. "Oklahoma is still the better fit for me when it comes to winning a ring and playing on TV. But we'll see after I take my visit to Ohio State."
Joseph said as Rivals100 was interviewing him that a coach from Ohio State was sitting in his living room. He was N.C. State was coming by later tonight and that Sooner coach Bob Stoops is set to come in-home on Tuesday.