"It went well," three star defensive end Anthony Spencer said of his official visit to Purdue. "It was really fun."
"I liked how the coaches are laid back. And the game was good (Purdue-Northwestern). I like how Purdue plays their defense."
"They offered me again. I told them I still have to think about things."
"I'd say Michigan State still has the lead. Purdue is second. Ohio State, Tennessee, and Michigan are the other schools I'm still looking at."
Spencer, 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds, has helped Ft. Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers to a 10-0 record and a spot in the second round of the playoffs.