"I liked my visit," said Ndoye. "I got there Saturday around 10:15 am and left Sunday around 4 pm."
He had some one-on-one time with the MSU players and enjoyed his time with them.
"I got to meet the players and hung out with some of the older players," said Ndoye. "They were pretty nice."
He also got the chance to meet with head coach Rick Ray and saw how he was with his players.
"I got to talk to Coach Ray and see how he was with his players," said Ndoye.
He talked about the things that the MSU coaching staff likes about him as a player.
"They like my height, how I rebound and my jumping ability," said the 6-foot-11 center.
He came away with a very good overall impression of Mississippi State after the visit.
"I like them even more now," he said. "They are very nice."
Mississippi State is just one of many colleges that are in the recruiting picture for the talented Ndoye. He already had interest from schools such as Cincinnati, Kansas State, Southern Miss, UCLA, USC,Virginia Tech and Xavier. Two more schools have joined that group since I last talked to him.
"Auburn and Texas A&M are new schools that are interested in me," said Ndoye.
Keep it on GenesPage.com as we continue to follow Fallou Ndoye, one of several class of 2013 big men that Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray has offered.
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