"Oregon State is a program on the rise. The people welcomed me with open arms, and the coaches were floored to have us. It was a little more than I expected. I expected it to be nice but not that nice. The indoor facility was 400 yards long. The coaches said if they're able to keep everybody who visited this weekend, then it will be the biggest recruiting year they've had in a long time."
Noland was accompanied by his parents. What was their reaction?
"They're comfortable, now that they've seen everything," he said. "They're ready to watch me play football in the Pac-12 on Saturdays."
Noland hit it off with fellow commit Kendall Hill, a Texas prospect out of LaMarque High School.
What was Brice's reaction to the visit?
"It went pretty good," he said. "The scenery was nice and the players were nice. I'm still comfortable with my decision, but I'm going to look at my options to make sure I'm making the right decision.
"I'm visiting Ole Miss next weekend and possibly Oklahoma in the last week of the month. Ole Miss has a pretty good chance (at signing Brice). I'm not positive if Oklahoma has offered. They just contacted me and said they want me to try to come (on the 27th).
"I'm not sure if I'll visit Oklahoma. It's the last weekend before National Signing Day, and I might use that time to think about things."
Brice and Noland are both defensive backs from Ruston High School in north Louisiana.