One of those schools is Michigan, who is looking at him as a defensive tackle. Perry, in turn, is looking hard at the Wolverines and has been to every home game in Ann Arbor so far this year.
That streak continued this weekend when he saw the Maize and Blue take on in-state rival Michigan State, and while he had seen the Big House full, he had not ever seen it quite like this.
"It was crazy," he admitted. "I liked it a lot, but it would have been better if Michigan would have won."
Perry did get to provide some very important items that will help move his Wolverine recruitment along further.
"They asked for my game footage, transcript and highlight tape."
Now that the Wolverines have that, it should not be long before Perry gets some feedback and finds out where he stands with them. Of course, he will give them plenty of opportunities to tell him.
"They told me about junior days and I'm going back next week for the Iowa game."