Bishop Gorman High (Las Vegas) four-star offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley will make his college…
Stanley's Decision Approaching
Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman four-star offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley took his final visit this past weekend, to Notre Dame. "It was a fun place," he reports. "The campus was probably the best thing there, it was really nice. We had a player banquet and that was really fun too. All the coaches were real nice and all the players were real nice as well. "I talked to a lot of the coaches; they seemed really nice and said a lot of good things that I liked hearing. We talked a lot about football and stuff like that, so it was really good bonding time." Where do the Irish rate? "They stand pretty high," Stanley reveals. Notre Dame, along with Arkansas and Nebraska comprise the list of Stanley's final three schools. "I really built a good relationship with all of the coaches and they're all really good places," he elaborates. "I've seen all three and I could see myself being at all three of those schools." The four-star prospect shared what comes to mind when he thinks of each of his finalists. Arkansas: "Game day atmosphere." Nebraska: "I really like the coaching staff." Notre Dame: "The tradition." Stanley claims that at this point, all three programs are equal in his book. He has concluded all his visits and says now he's just going to sit down and weigh out each of the options. "It's just going to come down to whichever I feel is right for me, where I'm most comfortable," Stanley tells Scout.com. "I could make the decision as early as the end of this week."
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