Homestead, Fla. athlete A'Jami Guyton took his third official visit over the weekend to North Carolina. The 5-foot-10, 179-pounder was impressed with his trip to Chapel Hill. Are the Tar Heels the team to beat now for Guyton?
"The visit there was really great, I loved it," he said. "I got there Friday afternoon and ate dinner with the coaches and then went out with my host Jermaine Strong. He is a really nice guy.
"He's straight up with me and talked about how he really liked the coaches. He also told me everyone is starting fresh since Butch Davis is in charge and things are happening at North Carolina. They already sold out season tickets and have plans to close in the stadium."
On Saturday, Guyton toured the program.
"I went around campus, checked out the stadium and talked about academics," he said. "I went to the classrooms and hung out at the memorial there. I loved that.
"I also met with the coaches, I got a chance to talk to all of them," he said. "I really liked coach Blake. He showed me that there is more to school than just football; he talked about how you have to be a student first.
"After that, I talked to coach Davis. That was great too, he asked me questions about myself and then mentioned he and Charlie Williams may be coming down Tuesday or Wednesday. He also told me they are still considering me as a wide receiver and I should get a chance to come in and play early."
Overall, the three-star prospect rated the trip to North Carolina a perfect 10.
"I'd have to give it a 10," he said. "I'd say UNC is on top right now. I really loved it up there.
"I am still looking at an official next week. I don't have one set up, but I may go to Kansas State or Minnesota. Once I get back from that I think I'll be ready to decide probably as early as Sunday."