He attended Saturday's Big Man Academy, received feedback from a number of sources he performed well and now will be patient as the Scarlet Knights decided whether to offer him.
"(Rutgers assistant) coach (Phil) Galiano is going to sit down with them and talk about it," he said. "My coach called him right after the camp and asked how I did, and he said good."
The camp gave the 6-foot-8, 300-pound Korang -- I got the award for tallest lineman. The awards there are like no other combine," he said with a chuckle -- an opportunity to be coached by Scarlet Knights offensive lineman coach Kyle Flood.
"He's a good teacher," Korang said. "He liked my kick-step, and then my slide, and he said I had to get lower when I pulled."
Korang had been to campus before and speaks regularly with Galiano. And while he had some idea of what to expect from a competition standpoint, this was Korang's first camp in this format, with college coaches, and one thing, more than anything else, stood out.
"The intensity," he said. "It started off with them bringing us into film, then we went on the field and did 1-on-1s and then we ate lunch and watched film.
"Then, we went on the field again and finished up some of our drills. We did a lot of kick-stepping and did more 1-on-1s."