Mo. recruit setting visits

Noah Strozier, who is from Rockhurst High School in Kansas City, Missouri, missed three games this season with an injury.
"When I have played, I haven't gotten many opportunities to make a play. Our opponents seem to be avoiding me in their play selection," Noah said.
He has two offers from Kansas and Oklahoma State, but he is hearing from Missouri, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Iowa, Illinois, UCLA, Michigan State and Purdue on a regular basis.
"Nebraska has started to show a lot of interest and they are recruiting me pretty hard now, while Boston College has fallen into the low interest catagory," Strozier said.
The 5-foot-10, 175 pound cornerback is setting his visits now and he has set tentative dates to UCLA for November 30th or December 7th. Kansas would get the date that UCLA doesn't use.
His other possible visits are Notre Dame, Kansas State, Nebraska and Missouri.
"One of them has to be eliminated from visit contention and I don't know which one it will be yet," Strozier said.
Noah has no leading contender out of his top six schools.
The most impressive coach - "UCLA Coach Littlejohn because he's relaxed and personable, and coach J Johnson of Kansas because he's straight forward with everything and he's persistent. The Oklahoma State coach talks about the facilities and the rising program and the Notre Dame coach tells me that they have the prettiest girls in the world going there."