UNC was holding the final day of its three-day camp Saturday. However, Page didn't participate, electing to tour the campus – including an in-depth look at the business department – and converse with the coaching staff.
Page, a 6-foot-4 285-pound offensive lineman from Columbia (S.C.) Flora, spent the most time speaking with Sam Pittman, his primary recruiter and UNC's offensive line coach.
"He told me how I fit into their scheme and we just had a general conversation," said Page. "They're looking at me as a tackle. He said they're looking to bring in two [offensive tackles] this year."
Page still isn't claiming any favorite, but admits UNC is in a very good position following Saturday's visit.
"I'm really feeling North Carolina a lot," said Page.
Page, who holds approximately 30 scholarship offers, hopes to have his college choices narrowed down to ten schools before the summer is over.
"[I'm looking at] academics first," said Page. "If they have a good academic program, then I'll look at the potential to win."
According to Page, UNC has "strong odds" to make the first cut.
Sometime during the football season Page will cut his list in half and then take his five allotted official visits.
Page isn't sure, though, when he'll make a verbal commitment.
"I can't put a timeframe on that," said Page. "It's when I feel most comfortable with the school that I want to commit to."