Four-star OL pinpoints four

Four-star Union (S.C.) standout
Young made what could be one of his final unofficial visits
this weekend.
"I was at North Carolina-Chapel Hill (for the Tar
Heels' game against Clemson)," said Young, a member of the
Top 100 team and the No. 8 offensive tackle in the nation.
"They have a beautiful campus. That was the main thing that stood out. It
was a real pretty place."
North Carolina remains on the fringe for Young's
services, however, trailing South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Florida.
"Those are the main ones, maybe one other like
Georgia," he said. "I may make one more unofficial visit to Florida next
weekend for the South Carolina game."
And what about his official visits?
"Still don't have those yet," he said. "I'm waiting
for the season to get over for all that."
Young said he was eager to get the process wrapped
up, but still can't name a clear-cut favorite. South Carolina and Tennessee
have been considered co-leaders of late.
"All this was fun at first, but now it's more
hectic," he said. "It feels more like business than football. I'll be glad
when I figure it all out."
Young (6-4, 260, 4.8) has helped lead Union to a
10-1 record and the second round of the playoffs.