Decision to come soon for Suh?

Miami was supposed to be the last visit for Ndamukong Suh. After that, he would be ready to sign, seal and deliver a pledge to a school, ending his recruiting season. After having returned from Miami, Suh talked about that and just how long it would be, before he finally decided on where he'd like to go.

Ndamukong Suh is one of the highest rated players across the board the Huskers have a great shot at. He is ranked as the no.6 defensive tackle in the nation according to Suh recently did an in-home visit with Coach Blake and it went very well. The big d-tackle will be making his college decision within the next month.

The 6-5, 275 pound prospect from Grant High in Portland, Oregon has taken visits to Nebraska (Oct.1st), Mississippi State (Oct.8th), Oregon State (Nov.19th), and Miami (Dec.3rd).

He says of the recent visit to Miami, "It was a real good trip. My biggest thing is academics and they have what I am looking for as do all of the schools I am looking at."

As a senior, Suh recorded 65 tackles, 10 sacks, four fumble recoveries, with one going for a 40 yard touchdown, and one safety. He was named first team all-league on offense at guard and also on defense as a lineman. "All schools are recruiting me as a defensive tackle, except Oregon State who likes me at defensive end. I kind of prefer to play at end, but that doesn't give Oregon State any kind of advantage."

He has one more visit to take, but is not sure where it will be to. "I will be deciding between ASU and Cal for my last visit and I have to decide real quick because I am going to need to take it next weekend. I want to make my decision sometime between Christmas and the Army All-American game (Jan.15th)."

He has done in-home visits with Nebraska and OSU. Suh does not have any others scheduled at this time. "My visit with Coach Blake went real good. He came by on Tuesday night. He is the kind of guy I would love to play for. I really have a good relationship with all of the coaches there; Norvell, Callahan, Blake, and Wagner. They have pretty good academics at Nebraska. I really think a degree from there would be worth something."

He does not claim a favorite. "I am just not sure yet. I really like all of them and they are all showing me the same amount of attention."

The Oregon star still has a little work to do academically as he scored a 780 on his SAT. "I will probably take it again sometime in the spring or maybe in January."

He carries a 3.1 core GPA. Suh would like to major in Engineering. will catch up with him next week to find out where his final visit will be to.

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