Lakeland (Fla.) Kathleen three-star tight end Kerwin Harrison took his first official visit this weekend, when he traveled to Cincinnati.
"Cincinnati was great," Harrison said. "I would say it was like an 8 (out of 10).
"It was way better than I expected it to be," Harrison added. "People were cool. I was able to relate with people. Everything was good."
The 6-foot-3, 225-pound tight end was hosted on the visit by sophomore defensive lineman Roney Lozano, who hails from the Sunshine State.
"He was just telling me how it is there," Harrison said. "He showed me the campus. He kept it real with me. He gave me an honest view of everything. He wasn't trying to recruit me, he was just keeping it real.
"They told me that the people around the school are cool," Harrison added. "They talked about how the coaches are really cool, good people. They said the city is a likeable city and has a lot to do. They just said everything is good."
While on campus, Harrison had an opportunity to sit down and speak one-on-one with head coach Butch Jones.
"We were talking about how my skillset is and how it would fit with them," Harrison said. "We talked about how if I came in and work hard I would have a chance to play early on. We had a good little talk for a little bit."
He also spent a good amount of time with his prospective position coach, tight ends coach Dave Johnson.
"He was telling me some things about the tight ends," Harrison said. "He had me meet some of them and hang out with them some of the time."
Over the next two weeks Harrison will visit Rutgers and Louisville. That duo, along with Cincinnati, are the main schools in the picture.
"Right now it is mainly just those three," Harrison said. "They are my main three."
As for when he will make a decision, Harrison said that would likely come a week or two after the Louisville visit. At this point, he doesn't claim a leader.