Homestead, Florida dual-threat quarterback A'Jami Guyton started his varsity career as a sophomore, but saw limited time due to senior quarterbacks holding the reigns. However, the talented young man just used that as a learning experience which will benefit him now going into his senior year.
At 6-foot-1, 189 pounds, the talented young man is getting looked at as not just a quarterback but an athlete that can stretch the field in a number of different ways. That has sparked recruiting interest.
"It's going really well right now," Guyton said. "I'm getting mail almost every day. Ole Miss probably sends the most. They are the main ones along with Clemson and Florida. I'm still waiting to hear from FSU and Miami. They haven't sent much yet."
Though there are several top teams showing interest, he's still waiting on one specific team to turn on the attention.
"The team that I really wanted to be recruited by is Georgia," Guyton said. "I think I could be like D.J. Shockley and really fit into their offense. That's what I strive for anyway."
Guyton had the opportunity to go to several junior days across the country, but with a hectic schedule was unable to attend.
"The only ting I'm going to is a quarterback combine that will be held in Miami," he said. "Then at the beginning of April I'm going to the Elite 11 combine at Miami."