Wisconsin OL Elazazy talks NDSU unofficial visit

Wisconsin OL Mohammed Elazazy talks about his NDSU unofficial visit with the BisonReport.

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"I've heard from North Dakota State, South Dakota State, Illinois State, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Northern Iowa, North Dakota, Bucknell, Elan and Western Illinois of late," Wisconsin offensive lineman Mohammed Elazazy said to the BisonReport. "I just visited NDSU and SDSU last weekend, and I'll be heading down to Northern Illinois this weekend."

Elazazy had a great visit to NDSU on Friday. 

"The visit went excellent! I loved the program there and the coaching staff is unbelievable! One of my best visits for sure," Elazazy explained to the BisonReport. "The football facilities were phenomenal and although the campus seemed a little old there, there were a lot of great things in the buildings! I talked a lot with Coach Riley and Coach Klieman when I was there and Coach Riley said he loves what I do on the field and if I keep up the work "you definitely are a scholarship kid. We will be coming in this spring at your high school to watch you lift" he said something like that! Coach Klieman was very excited to meet me and impressed of me driving there all by myself. A lot of there coaches said they love my film. I'm excited to see where my recruiting goes with the Bison!"

The Wisconsin OL also enjoyed his visit to SDSU the following day. 

"That SDSU also was great, but they just got a new offensive line coach, so there's no OL tradition. I don't know about them because of that as I feel like it would be a gamble to go there, but he seems like he knows what he's talking about!"

NDSU will be sitting well with Elazazy heading into the spring. 

"NDSU is in my top 5 schools of interest for sure! It's still early in the process and I have only had one visit, so hopefully there is many to come as I'd like to see some spring practices and games to see how the program functions! I still have a lot of work ahead of me and I'm excited for the future!"


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