Oklahoma State was the sole leader for four-star athlete Terrance Anderson headed into his official visit to Oklahoma. Did the Sooners make up ground for the 5-foot-10, 163-pounder from Aldine, Texas on his official visit this weekend?
"I liked the visit a whole lot because everyone seemed really friendly and the coaching staff made me feel right at home," he said. "I got up there on Friday and mostly on the trip I hung around the staff and players, it was really nice. I was hosted on the trip by Reggie Smith and he was great. He showed me around the campus and introduced me to the whole team. What really stood out from talking to him was that he said it's really hard to fail because there are so many people to help you academic wise."
Before Anderson left Norman today, he had a quick talk with coach Stoops.
"He's a really nice guy and he told me how he felt about me and all that," he said. "To be honest, all the coaches were the same to me. They are all really close people and I liked that they mostly talked about the academics. They preached the whole nine yards and not just football."
The Rivals250 prospect particularly enjoyed taking in the Aggies-Sooners nail biter.
"That was a really good game because Oklahoma had to buckle down in the fourth quarter and it was exciting," he said. "I liked on offense how Oklahoma spreads the ball around and gives everyone an opportunity. On defense, I like that they play big, strong and hard. As for the atmosphere, the fan support is great. It was a record setting day with over 85,000 fans. I just had a lot of fun there and a good time."
Anderson rated his trip to Oklahoma a nine.
"It was a really great trip and I liked it a lot," he said. "I would have to say afterwards they are my No. 1 because it's my first official visit."