Homestead (Fla.) athlete A'Jami Guyton made an official visit to North Carolina during the weekend and came away impressed with what he saw in Chapel Hill. The 5-foot-11, 180-pounder came away from his visit with the Tar Heels firmly in the lead for his services.
"It was great. I loved it up there," Guyton said. "I'd have to call them the leader."
Guyton enjoyed multiple aspects of his visit.
"Friday I got there, went and ate dinner with the coaches. Hung out with my host, Jermaine Strong, he's real cool," Guyton said. "Saturday, I woke up and ate breakfast. I toured the campus and learned about the academics. We ate dinner with the coaches again and then later on that night, I went to see a show that they have on campus with Jermaine. I really enjoyed the show."
The Heels are recruiting Guyton as a wide receiver and he got the chance to meet with one of the more prolific players at that position during his trip.
"I met their freshman WR Hakeem Nicks," he said. "UNC is recruiting me as a receiver. They have six coming back on scholarship and four walk-ons."
Guyton also talked about some potential facilities expansions that could be on the horizon for North Carolina.
"They are planning on closing in the stadium and making it a bowl," Guyton said.
On Sunday, Guyton met face to face with Tar Heels head coach Butch Davis.
"He asked me if I loved North Carolina," Guyton said. "He said he should be down here with coach Charlie Williams Tuesday or Wednesday.
While the Tar Heels clearly are the leader, Guyton stopped short of saying a commitment was imminent.
"I may hold off my decision until the first of next week or something," Guyton said.
Guyton is the state of Florida's No. 72 overall prospect.