Class of 2015 Snellville (Ga.) Shiloh wide receiver Cameron Stewart wasn't sure what to expect when he traveled south to visit UCF for the Knights rivalry game on Friday against USF but he came away with very good things to say about the trip.
"It was cool," Stewart said. "I got to meet some coaches and see how the wide receivers warm up and get a look at the offense first-hand. I have to say it was a pretty nice offense."
Stewart, who is 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, got a chance to meet UCF wide receivers coach Sean Beckton in person and learn more about the Knights interest.
"He was talking to me about my size and what they're looking for in wide receivers," he said. "I had talked to him before. We talked about the season, when they might offer, and the fact that they need another big wide receiver due to the fact that they're losing five."
While on campus Stewart said he didn't get a chance to get a full tour, but did get a look at the athletic facilities. He also said seeing Bright House Networks Stadium full for a rivalry game was impressive.
"I got to walk around the stadium and get a glimpse of the different buildings they live in, the gym and their library," Stewart said. "The game was intense. The crowd was into the game and the stadium was literally rocking from everyone yelling. It wasn't the biggest stadium but it got pretty loud."
Stewart, who already has an offer from Pitt and has seen increased interest from Louisville over the past few weeks, said the fact that UCF is likely to play in a BCS bowl game is impressive.
"That would be an incredible experience for them," he said. "In front of thousands of playing the game they love. I could see them actually doing very well in a BCS game."
With his junior season in the books Stewart said he's done taking visits and will begin preparing for the annual Georgia Junior Bowl, which will be played on Dec. 31.