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RECRUITING: Visit solidifies Eldridge's verbal
JH: What did you think about your visit to OU?
BE: "It was great. The gameday atmosphere was awesome. The fans are great and you can tell they really love the team. They love everything about it. It was fun to hang out with the players and coaches. I hung out with Joe Jon Finley last night and that was a lot of fun. It was pretty neat to go through all the pre-game meetings and meals."
JH: Did you learn anything different about OU this time around?
BE: ‘No, not really. The last time I went down there I really looked around a lot and I found out a lot about them then."
JH: How is your broken ankle coming around?
BE: "My ankle is recovering well. I started therapy two weeks ago and I am at 75 percent right now. Our team didn't make the playoffs, but I will make it back for track."
JH: What did you think about the players and coaches?
BE: "They were nice guys. It was the first time I had a chance to meet some of them since it was the first game that we were able to make this year. I had a chance to talk with Travis Bechum quite a bit. He liked OU a lot, but it was the first visit for him. I also met Roy (Miller) and he is a great guy. I look forward to playing with them."
JH: Are you still solid with OU?
BE: "I am still a solid commitment to OU and I am not going to take any more visits."
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