Four-star defensive lineman Briston Guidry has been the subject of a possible flip after receiving mounting pressure from both Miami and Arizona State in January.
However, the Arkansas commit just wrapped up his official visit to Fayetteville, which cemented his future.
“That’s home,” Guidry told SEC Country. “That’s my No. 1.”
Guidry officially visited Miami on Jan. 15, then Hurricanes coach Mark Richt and defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski came to New Orleans three days later to further persuade the 6-foot-2, 290-pound defensive tackle.
Guidry is still tentatively scheduled to make his final official visit to Arizona State over the weekend, but he already canceled his scheduled visit to Oklahoma.
While in Arkansas over the weekend, Louisiana’s No. 20 prospect spent much of his time with defensive line coach Rory Segrest, wide receivers coach Michael Smith and defensive coordinator Robb Smith.
Their main message to Guidry: The future is awfully bright.
“We’re going to have something special,” Guidry said. “We’re going to just work on a few things and I need to be ready for when I get up there.”
“The visit went great,” he added. “I loved it out there. I enjoyed it.”
Guidry is rated the nation’s No. 31 defensive tackle.
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