"The visit (to Arkansas State) was one to remember," Burrell told JCFootball.com. "My host was safety Cody Brown and he took me around campus and the facilities and showed me what Arkansas State really has to offer me as far as academics and athletics.
"The thing that really stuck out to me was the great relationship between the athletes and athletic academic staff. There was a family feel to the way they operated and the mutual understanding of what has to get done to get a degree along with everything outside of football. The whole coaching staff and people who work for the program were like one big family and I think that's very important in building a winning program.
"Arkansas State is definitely one of the underrated programs on the rise. Don't sleep on Red Wolves."
While he was impressed with the what ASU had to offer, Burrell said he didn't commit.
"I'm working on possibly setting up an official visit to see Iowa State soon and I also have started to talk to Louisiana Tech about visiting, but I haven't set up a date with them yet," Burrell noted. "They haven't offered yet, but the defensive backs coach there (Kevin Curtis) has been talking to the recruiting coordinator at Moorpark and he said once they get my transcripts then an offer and a visit are likely."
As a sophomore last season, Burrell totaled 48 tackles while leading the Raiders with two interceptions and seven pass breakups.
He is set to finish up his two-year degree in May and he will have three years to play two starting this fall.
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