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The Sparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIII standout, who is the No. 33 defensive tackle in the 2017 class, sat in on meetings, and quickly learned about the intensity of the Florida State-Florida rivalry.
"The game was electric," he said. "I didn't know how big the rivalry was until I got there and all the guys talked about it, and all the fans. It was an electric atmosphere. It was crazy.
"I was really impressed. I feel like it solidifed their spot pretty high up on my list."
Wade-Perry has visits to UCLA (Dec. 9) and Stanford (Jan. 13) set, and he is also speaking with Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan State, which stopped by the school Monday. He said Rutgers and Stanford are visiting his school Tuesday, UCLA is slated to be by later this week and Florida State is set to see him next week.
During his visit to Florida State, defensive tackles coach Odell Haggins spent time speaking with Wade-Perry, and explaining how the defensive works.
"He's a good guy," Wade-Perry said. "He's a great ol' school, old-fashioned guy. He's very genuine. My mom really enjoyed his presence, being around him and talking to him. He loves the program, being that he went there and he has coaching experience, 23 years, I believe. He's just a real good dude."
Wade-Perry was hosted by Josh Brown but spent a lot of time with other players as well.
"He was a good guy," Wade-Perry said. "His parents were there, and I got to talk to them. My mom talked to them and they seemed like really good people. He took us out and showed us the Florida State way.
"Overall, it was a great trip."