Guyton names a leader

With just a month to go until Signing Day, Homestead, Fla. athlete A'Jami Guyton has only taken two official visits. The 5-foot-11, 185-pounder has been waiting on scheduling his last three trips until he found out his ACT scores.
"Everything is going great for me now," he said. "I got my ACT score and it's a 22. I know a lot of colleges were waiting to see what I got before they'll ask me in for an official visit, that's why I've been holding onto these visits.
"My coach has told me that North Carolina, UCLA, South Carolina, LSU and Miami are talking."
So with the score in hand, has the three-star prospect scheduled any more visits?
"I haven't yet since schools are in the dead period," he said. "I'm going to wait and see who offers me a visit. Then I'll take the three, cut my list to two schools and then decide on Signing Day."
One school is currently standing out for Guyton's services.
"Right now I'm still wide open, but I'd say Miami has a step on everybody else," he said. "Mainly I like that they are my hometown favorite and can help me go pro. It's a great shot to get to the next level."
The No. 57 athlete finished the year by earning first team all-county honors and plans to participate in the Broward County all-star game on January 14th.
"I believe a few recruiters will be down to check me out there," he said. "I just want to go out and prove that I'm ready to play wherever they need me on offense or defense."