Athlete A'Jami Guyton out of Homestead, Fla. made the trek north this weekend to take an official visit to Rutgers. The 5-foot-10, 179-pounder had a near perfect experience in Piscataway.
"The trip was really great," he said. "If I had to rate it, I'd give it an A+, the people were great and I had tons of fun.
"I got there on Friday around eleven in the morning. Once I arrived, I ate at the stadium and then met some of the players and coaches. The rest of the day I mostly chilled with them.
"On Saturday, I went around learning about the academics of the school, what I'll major in and then I got to watch them practice for their bowl game. I thought the practice was very impressive. Everyone was disciplined and focused. After practice, the coaches took us into the city and I loved that. We went to the ESPNZone and took pictures and walked around."
Guyton was hosted on the trip by Julian Hayes.
"He's a really nice, cool cat," he said. "He told me how he's working hard to break the lineup. Other than that, he didn't try to pressure me and basically said whatever I decide make it the best for me. I also was able to hang out with Tim Brown, Ray Rice and a few other players."
The three-star prospect spent a fair amount of time with the coaching staff too.
"I talked to my recruiter Chris Demarest and then met up with coach Schiano," he said. "My meeting with him was really nice. He didn't pressure me and just told me that he'll be down next month to see my parents."
Guyton rated the trip a perfect 10.
"I loved it there and would have to give it a 10," he said. "I'd say the fans and students around Rutgers really stood out. They have some great people there and they teach you everything you need to know."
Currently the No. 57 athlete in the country has no other official visits planned at this time.