Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely linebacker Clint Session has taken the recruiting world on quite a trip over the last two months. Now he is set for his final visit, and then according to his coach, hopefully a final decision.
"He's a confused young man right now," Ely coach Steve Davis said. "He's been committed to Pitt and North Carolina here in the last week. He's still not sure what he's going to do. He finally decided to open it back up and sit down and try and make the best decision he could."
That decision process will have to wait until he takes his fifth and final official visit.
"He decided to go ahead and visit Kansas State this weekend," Davis said of his standout linebacker. "He was supposed to go up there last month, but he held off and didn't go because he committed. Now he's going to go again. Then we, hopefully, can help the young man get this thing put to sleep."
Session visited Ole Miss last weekend (Jan. 10) and Pittburgh in November. Those two along with the Wildcats make up what appears to be the final three for the No. 46 rated linebacker.
"Ole Miss is still in there. Pitt is still trying to be considered and stick around. And Kansas State has been around the whole time too. I really think it will be one of those three."