The first weekend in December saw the ULM Warhawks host six visitors in hopes of adding more commitments to their 2011 recruiting class.
"I've made all the home games except North Texas", said Jordan. I missed the UNT game because we played our last playoff game that Friday night and I just didn't feel like traveling after we lost".
Although Dillon is very familiar with the campus and the staff, he said this visit was a little more about business.
"I wanted to ask some specific football questions on this visit", said Dillon. Early playing time is something that is very important to me as well as where I will play. I plan on being a four year starter".
Coach Vice, Coach Farmer, and Coach Berry all had the answers I was looking for. "They told me anywhere and anytime as far as where I would play and when". "That was good news for me".
For the 6'0 220 pound McNeal this was his first taste of Monroe and the school he is verbally committed to.
"My mom, my aunt, and my coach came with me for my visit", said McNeal. I was very impressed with the city and the campus. I really love the coaching staff at ULM, they are what has me sold. Coach Berry is great".
"Oh man, we ate at Danken Trail, Catfish Cabin, and the Waterfront Grill".
Jordan and McNeal feel like the weekend went well with uncommitted visitors as well. There were six of us there and those guys had a great visit as well. I think ULM grew on this a lot this weeek end", said Jordan.
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