"It went great," Carlos said. "I had a great time down there."
Carlos was hosted by Ira Guilford ("We were reppin' New Jersey pretty hard," Carlos said) and said that everyone made him feel comfortable.
"All the players down there treated me very nice," he said.
Carlos has said in the past that he would prefer defense in college, but the fact that OSU wants him on the offensive line does not seem to be a problem.
"I wouldn't have visited Ohio State if that would have been a problem," he said.
As we were talking to Carlos, Coach Tressel was scheduled to visit his parents with Coach Snyder.
"He's going to meet with my parents if he hasn't already right now," Carlos said.
OSU's offensive line situation is one where Carlos could get early playing time, and that would be a factor in his choice.
"That means a lot," he said. "I definitely want to get some playing time."
When can we expect a choice out of Carlos?
"I do plan on going all the way and taking all five visits, but I really can't tell for sure," he said.
For the rest of the interview, check out this week's Bucknuts Radio Hour!