King's Perry Talks Playoffs, Official Visits

Michigan State is recruiting the 6-foot-4 star athlete heavily and hopes to sway him to East Lansing.

FERNDALE, MI - Detroit Martin Luther King defensive end Nick Perry has had a tremendous senior season and is showing no signs of slowing down.

The Crusaders knocked off Rochester Adams 14-7 in a hard fought contest at Ferndale High School to advance to the state high school finals.

Perry, one of the Nation's top high school prospects hasn't yet made a decision on what college he will be attending and likely won't make it until National Signing Day, but he has made at least one decision. He will take an official visit to the University of Southern California and head coach Pete Carroll.

"No, (I've haven't made a decision yet). I am just going to wait to after my season to make a decision after I get done," said Perry when we caught up with him following King's big win.

The Crusaders are 13-0 and Perry has totaled unofficially 32 sacks on the season.

Michigan State is recruiting the 6-foot-5 star athlete heavily and hopes to sway him to East Lansing.

He's set an official visit on Dec 1 to visit USC.

"My official visit is with USC and the other ones probably will be in the Big Ten, so I still have to make my mind up on which schools I want to go visit," he said.

Perry has visited both Michigan State and Michigan unofficially this season.

GSN wishes Perry the best in this weekend's state finals vs. Midland at 1:00pm Saturday at Ford Field.

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