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Reagan talks N.C. State visit, upcoming decision

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Fruit Cove (Fla.) Bartram Trail three-star offensive guard Tylar Reagan traveled to N.C. State on Friday to check out the Wolfpack.
"It went well," Reagan said of the visit. "I enjoyed it."
The 6-foot-5, 279-pound lineman talked about his time around Tom O'Brien's team and program.
"The coaches were great," Reagan said. "The facilities were nice. It felt like a big family."
Entering the visit, Central Florida was in the lead for Reagan's services. He has previously visited the in-state Knights and remained high on the program since that trip. At the conclusion of his trip to check out N.C. State, he admits he has some thinking to do.
"I definitely got some decisions to make," Reagan said.
Reagan did confirm that his decision would come down to the Knights or the Wolfpack. He isn't sure when he will reach that final decision.
"I don't know yet," Reagan said when asked when he would announce.
The offer list for the Sunshine State offensive lineman includes Arkansas, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Kentucky, N.C. State, South Florida, Tennessee, Troy, UCF, and Western Kentucky.
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