Spring (Texas) Westfield offensive lineman Tony Ugoh couldn't hold back his excitement when asked if he liked his official visit to Oklahoma this weekend.
"Man it was great," Ugoh said. "I'd give it a perfect 10. I had such a great time."
Ugoh, who is 6-foot-6 and 295 pounds, said the best part about the visit was hanging out with Vince Carter, Tommie Harris and fellow line recruiting Davin Joseph.
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"We hung out and had a lot of fun together," Ugoh said.
"I spent a lot of time whipping up on Tommie on PlayStation. Tommie thought he was this big stud, and I beat him in Madden 2002 and in NCAA Football. I even beat him with his own team - Oklahoma."
Ugoh said at this point that he's not ready to pull the trigger even though he really likes what he saw at Oklahoma.
"I'd like to take my trips," he said. "But all of them are going to have to compare to what I saw this weekend."
Ugoh is set to visit Arizona on Jan. 11 and Arkansas on Jan. 18.
"I'm also ready for the dead period," he said. "I need some time to be with my family and not think about recruiting."