6-foot-1, 242-pound junior Lamont Ragland made his way to Eastern Michigan Saturday night to visit the school. The offensive tackle says he had a great time.
"The visit was great," he said. "I got to see the stadium with the coaching staff. I also saw the meeting rooms and the tunnel."
The junior was also able to connect with different members of the team.
"I got the chance to meet the coaches and players. I saw the team practice at their indoor facility," said Ragland.
Speaking of the staff, Ragland says he had the opportunity to discuss several things with them.
"We discussed what I want when I go to a school and the things that are important when choosing a school," he said.
So, how did the visit affect Ragland's view of the school?
"I learned that there's more to colleges than just the name and the facilities. I like them more than I did before I came," he said.
Ragland Visits EMU
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