Four-star Palm Beach (Fla.) Gardens defensive end Willie Young says he's trimmed his list to two schools coming on the heels of his final official visit.
"Florida was real tight," he said of his weekend trip to Gainesville. "Everything about it was good -- the players and coaches and people at the school. It was the first time I've spent a lot of time there, so I got to look at things a lot closer than before.
My hosts were Brian Crum and Channing Crowder. They showed me a good time. It seems like a fun place to go to school. I could see myself spending the next four years there.
"So as of now, I'm down to Florida and N.C. State. I have no idea which way I'm going to go. They're both really good. I've been trying to get some time to myself to think things over tonight, but it's not coming to me. I'm hoping maybe I'll have a dream or something that tells me where to go."
Young (6-5, 210, 4.63) was also considering Ohio State, but said the Buckeyes aren't in the running anymore.
"The other two were just better fits for me," he said. "Nothing against Ohio State."
He says he hopes to have a decision "by Tuesday night."
Rated the No. 14 weakside defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com, Young recorded 65 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 12 sacks as a senior.