Perry, a product of Westminster Christian in Miami, has impressed several people with his quickness and agility to go along with his massive frame. His visit to UCF could not have gone much better.
"[My visit was]excellent I definitely answered any questions that i might have had for the trip," Perry stated. "I wanted to know what the dorms looked like, also I wanted to get a look at what the buildings, as well as classrooms looked like."
Perry had previously seen all the football facilities and came away so impressed with all of the facilities that he committee but this trip was more about what life would be like when he wasn't on the field.
"The academic presentation this time around was amazing," Perry exclaimed. "What I like most is the modernized campus, as well as how close everything is on the campus."
Perry clearly solidified his decision to be a Knight with another enjoyable visit to Orlando. These are just his unofficial visits however, he will be making his official to the Miami game on October 17th , to which he simply replies, "I can't wait."
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