N.C. State or Clemson?

Late last week North Carolina native Landon Walker made an unofficial visit to Clemson that left his head spinning. Sunday evening, Walker gave CUTigers.com a clear timeframe on when to expect a possible verbal commitment.

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The 6-6, 265 pound offensive tackle prospect told CUTigers.com Sunday that he is indeed closing in on making a verbal commitment.

"I think I might make a decision soon," Walker said. "I have settled down a little from the trip to Clemson. I think I might be ready."

When asked if he was ready to go on record with a leader, Walker responded, "No, I don't want to say. Everyone will find out later this week.

"I will just talk with my coaches this week. When I am ready we will call the coaches at the school to let them know."

Clemson and N.C. State have been Walker's leaders at various points during the recruiting process, and it appears those two schools will be the final two on his list.

"I will probably do it around the middle of the week [when I decide]. It should definitely be done before the end of this week."

The prize recruit spent Saturday night at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, mostly relaxing as he gets ready to let the world know where he'll play his college football in 2007. "Yeah I went to the All-star race in Charlotte last night. It was great. It was my first big race," added Walker.

Clemson already has verbal commitments from Greenville OL David Smith and Pickens OL Wilson Norris.

The Tigers are expected to take as many as five offensive linemen in the 2007 recruiting class.

Walker has a scholarship offer from North Carolina.

CUTigers.com will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from North Carolina, right up through signing day.

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