Merrillville, Ind., defensive tackle Dexter Larimore said things went very well as Ohio State coach Jim Tressel made his home visit tonight.
"Jim Tressel, Doc Tressel, and Jim Heacock visited me tonight," Larimore said right after the three Ohio State coaches left his house. "It went very well.
"They came to my school and watched some of my wrestling practice. Then they came to my house for dinner. My mom made it."
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There is no doubt the Buckeye coaches would love to land Larimore.
"They said they really want me," Larimore said. "They said I'm the type of player they are looking for. Basically they reinforced what they said on my official visit."
When asked if he committed to Ohio State, Larimore said, "I haven't decided yet. I'm not sure when I will (decide), but pretty soon."
If Larimore is leaning to either Ohio State or Michigan, his two finalists, he is not letting on.
The 6-foot-3 and 265-pound Larimore led his team to an 11-3 record during his senior season. He played defensive tackle and offensive guard, but will play on defense in college.