Coveted wide receiver down to two caught up with the coach of four-star wide receiver Michiah Quick to get the details of Brian Kelly's in-home visit with Quick on Thursday morning and the latest on where the elite athlete stands with National Signing Day less than a week away.

Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly visited Fresno, California on Thursday morning to pay a visit to Notre Dame's No. 1 wide receiver target in the 2014 class, Michiah Quick.

Tony Perry, an assistant coach at Central East who handles Quick's recruitment, spoke to about the in-home visit.

"It was a great visit," Perry said. "Coach Kelly made thing very interesting. It's going to be a lot harder on Quick now this weekend."

Perry answered with the affirmative when asked if it was a two-horse race to land Quick, between the Irish and the Sooners. The Bruins, who were in Quick's official top three, have lost ground.

"Notre Dame is a great school and has a great football program," Perry said. "But, they also offer a lot of exposure, play a tough schedule, and play on national television every week. That's what Michiah likes."

Perry said that the topic of conversation during the visit wasn't x's and o's.

"They didn't really talk about football," Perry said. "They talked about life after football. But, Kelly did tell Michiah that he's a good enough athlete that he'll have success and he will make it wherever he goes to school. Michiah is such a down-to-earth guy. He really likes what Notre Dame has to offer."

Perry added that whoever lands Quick will get a hard worker on the field.

"No one will outwork him," Perry said. "He's a leader in every way to the players, and he'll do whatever it is the coaches tell him."

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