Radley sets up first official visit

Radley sets up first official visit

Taft star athlete Lucky Radley told us tonight he set up his first official visit. He will take all five official visits, but his first visit will be to North Carolina when the Tar Heels face off against in-state rival Duke on Nov. 7.

"I set up my first official visit tonight," Radley told us earlier tonight. "I will officially visit North Carolina on Nov. 7 when they play their rivalry game against Duke. I had a choice of visisting when they played Miami, but they have nine other visitors that weekend. I will be the only one visiting when North Carolina plays Duke."

Radley unofficially visited North Carolina during the summer and told us what interests him in the Tar Heels.

"They have a great head coach (Butch Davis), great academics, the location is extremely nice, they have a great team that is ranked, I feel comfortable with the coaching staff and the facilities there are swesome!"

South Carolina is the only other school Radley said he's sure he'll visit, but he doesn't have a date set at this time.

We'll continue to update you when Lucky Radley schedules more official visits.

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