This past weekend, Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincolns wide receiver Keondrick Daniels hit the road for his first official visit, heading north to Connecticut.
"It went pretty good," Daniels said of the visit. "I loved it up there."
The 5-foot-10, 160-pound wide receiver spent a great deal of his visit with the coaching staff.
"I had a meeting with all of the coaches," Daniel said. "The receivers coach (Matt Cersosimo) went over all the plays and where I would fit in with the offense. I talked with the head coach (Randy Edsall) about school and how if I come there I have to be a student-athlete, not an athlete-student. That was pretty much it."
Daniels was hosted on the visit by a freshman signal-caller for the Huskies.
"Leon (Kinnard) hosted me," Daniels said. "He told me that it is a good experience there. He talked about how everybody knows you there. He said that you have to be on top of everything. He said he really likes it there."
The highlight of his visit was having the opportunity to see the Huskies take down conference rival West Virginia 16-13 in overtime.
"I got to see the whole game," Daniels said. "It was a really good experience. The game was pretty fun."
While he was impressed by everything he saw in Storrs, Daniels is not rushing a decision.
"I had a really good time but I plan to take two more visits that I have to set up," Daniels said. "I want to see FIU and Iowa State."
At this time, Daniels expects those visits to come after his senior season at Lincoln has concluded. He talked a bit about why those schools are in the top group vying for his signature.
"I have been looking at their depth at wide receiver, at both, and that is appealing to me," Daniels said. "FIU is close to home and still in Florida. Iowa State I have been looking at ever since the 10th grade."
Daniels is not sure when he will make his final decision at this time.