He says of the recent visit to Miami, "It was a real good trip. My biggest thing is academics and they have what I am looking for as do all of the schools I am looking at."
As a senior, Suh recorded 65 tackles, 10 sacks, four fumble recoveries, with one going for a 40 yard touchdown, and one safety. He was named first team all-league on offense at guard and also on defense as a lineman. "All schools are recruiting me as a defensive tackle, except Oregon State who likes me at defensive end. I kind of prefer to play at end, but that doesn't give Oregon State any kind of advantage."
Arizona State could use some top-notch defensive lineman and Suh understands this. "I think I can play early there. I have a pretty good relationship with Coach (ASU quarterbacks and passing game coordinator coach Mark) Helfrich.
"I will be deciding between ASU and Cal for my last visit and I have to decide real quick because I am going to need to take it next weekend. I want to make my decision sometime between Christmas and the Army All-American game (Jan.15th)."
He has done in-home visits with Nebraska and OSU. Suh does not have any others scheduled at this time.
He does not claim a favorite. "I am just not sure yet. I really like all of them and they are all showing me the same amount of attention."
The Oregon star still has a little work to do academically as he scored a 780 on his SAT. "I will probably take it again sometime in the spring or maybe in January."
He carries a 3.1 core GPA. Suh would like to major in Engineering.
Scout.com will catch up with him next week to find out where his final visit will be to.