"I had a great visit to NDSU this past weekend," Missouri defensive end William Bradley-King said to the BisonReport. "I had a chance to see all of the campus, went to the basketball game and saw their players get honored at half-time for their fifth straight national championship, talked academics, spent a lot of time with the coaches and players as well. I really enjoyed all that Fargo had to offer me."
Bradley-King had a great time with the NDSU players and got to know the Bison coaches a lot better as well.
"I had a blast with all my hosts," Bradley-King explained. "We got to play some Xbox and I really got to know Bruce Anderson well. He's a good dude and was telling me about NDSU. I met with the DL coach and head coach before I left campus and they really want me. They think I could come in and play early on, so that's always good to hear."
"Coach Klieman, Coach Riley and Coach Cain came down to my house tonight as well and they met with my aunt and I," Bradley-King told the BisonReport.com "My aunt just asked them some more questions about everything and it was all good. The NDSU coaches have shown me a lot in the last 48 hours and that's why they're my clear top school right now."
There's been a chance in plans for the Missouri defensive end, but he's eyeing a decision soon.
"I've cancelled my visits to Missouri State and South Dakota, and will now visit Arkansas State this weekend. They've got a coach coming by to see me Wednesday and he's supposed to offer and then I'll take my official visit there this next weekend. I'll probably make my decision then on Monday, January 25th. NDSU is my top school right now."