Defensive tackle Quencey Patrick was supposed to be taking a trip a couple of weeks ago to Indiana, one of his top teams, but apparently things didn't work out.
His parents, who want to join the 6-foot-2, 267-pound Patrick, were not able to make the trip up North, so the trip was cancelled. Though he has not said whether or not the trip will be rescheduled, he has a good idea of where he's going to be going this weekend.
"I'm going to Tulane on an official visit and my dad is going to come with me," Patrick said. "They don't want me to go by myself, so that's why I had to switch things up with Indiana. Now, Tulane is a for sure deal."
"I'm looking forward to meeting the coaches and the players there."
Two other trips in the works appear to be Vanderbilt, who has yet to offer, and Tennessee State. Patrick said that the Vanderbilt coaches could be putting together an offer. Considering he's already visited Alabama, the picture is getting clearer for the No. 37 rated prospect in Georgia.
"My favorites are now Tulane, Alabama, and Vanderbilt," Patrick said