Tallassee wide out Dijon Paschal made the trip this weekend to take an up close and personal look at the football program that Gus Malzahn is in charge of.
"It was great," Paschal told AStateNation.com via telephone after departing ASU. "I really like their coaching staff and their stadium is really nice."
How fun would it be for Paschal to play in the high tempo Malzahn offense?
"It would be a great opportunity for me," Paschal said. "I got the chance to meet Michael Dyer, he told me that he is coming back next fall and that I should join him. It would be great playing on the same team with him."
When will Paschal make a decision?
"Not sure right now," Paschal said. "I really have no idea, whenever it feels right."
Troy and Arkansas State are the two schools that have received visits from Paschal so far.
"I like both of them a lot," Paschal said. "Arkansas State definitely moved up in my book after this visit this weekend."