Tampa (Fla.) Jesuit running back Aaron Fryer took nearly four months between his first and second official visits, but now he's glad he didn't make an early decision.
"South Florida was a fantastic trip, I had a lot of fun," said the 5-foot-11, 205-pounder. "They're an up-and-coming program and they've done well so far. I liked the players and coaches as well and there's a great chance to play right away there."
Fryer visited Boston College back in September. Have the Eagles faded from his memory?
"No, I liked that trip just as much as South Florida," he said. "They treated me really well up there and it felt like a big family. It's really about which major I choose. I want to go into either engineering or business and if I decide on engineering, BC would be out. They don't offer it."
Fryer isn't done with his visits just yet.
"I have Duke this weekend and the coaches are coming into my house later this week," he said. "I also have Pitt on Jan. 24. The USF and BC head coaches are coming in next week so I might not take Pitt. If I feel positive about where I want to go, I won't waste anyone's time."
Fryer is ranked as the No. 29 running back in the country and No. 48 in the state of Florida.