6-foot, 225 pound running back William Houston has been hearing from several schools around the Midwest. Saturday afternoon, the senior took a visit Happy Valley to watch Ohio State take on Penn State.
"The game was really good," said Houston. "The atmosphere was incredible."
Houston definitely enjoyed his time on campus.
"I've never been up there before so for that being my first time, it was definitely something new. Penn State came out strong in the first half and I feel like the fan base kept the team going."
As for having time to talk with any of the Nittany Lion staff, unfortunately his time on campus was brief.
"I talked to Coach Fisher on the way up there but I arrived late so I missed all of the pregame activities."
Next up, Houston plans on visiting a couple other Big Ten schools.
"I'm going to Indiana and Illinois."
As for his Dublin Scioto (OH) High School team, going into the playoffs, Houston has 1080 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Houston holds an offer from Bowling Green as well as a chance to walk on at Ohio State.
Stay with FOX Sports NEXT for the latest on Houston and the rest of the Class of 2013.
Houston Visits Penn State
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