Last week Newark, Delaware offensive tackle Malcolm Bunche decided to skip his official visit to UConn. This weekend he ended up taking an official to Miami.
The 6-foot-6, 315-pound tackle had been to Miami once before but this was his best opportunity to date to see what the Hurricanes have to offer.
Apparently the visit has made his decision even tougher than it was going into the weekend.
"It went awesome, man," Bunche said. "It was lots of fun. I'm more open. With this visit my decision got a lot tougher.
"Basically I was just hanging out with some of the college football players and seeing what the student life is all about. This is my second time in Miami but my first time ever hanging out with some of the student-athletes."
Bunche went into the weekend with his list narrowed to Rutgers, Miami and Maryland. On Sunday he said that was still the case.
What does each of the schools have going for them?
"Well, with Miami it's just basically the location. It's way better than where the others are at.
"I really like the Maryland offensive line coach a lot. I respect him. He's a great person and he has a great personality, and he's a great teacher, too. I just have a lot of respect for him.
"Rutgers is basically the same thing as Maryland, as well as the kind of recruits they're bringing in. They're bringing in some talented players."
Bunche said he will announce his decision on Signing Day.