2014 defensive tackle Justin Herron of Potomac (Md.) Bullis School has helped his team to three quick wins this season and is now hoping to hit the road to check out a few college games in person.
"Recruiting is going smoothly, so everything is good," said Herron, who has an early offer from Villanova. "Since September 1st I'm getting new interest from Pitt, Rutgers, Georgia Tech, Stanford, N.C. State and Florida State."
Herron, 6-foot-5 and 285-pounds, has yet to take any visits this month, but hopes to soon change that.
"I plan to visit Maryland, Villanova, Duke and Rutgers," said Herron.
On these visits Herron will look to check out a few specific things.
"I want to see how the coaches react with the players and to see how they are able to get you to the next level," said Herron.
With an undefeated start to his season, Herron is obviously happy with how everything is moving along.
"I think I have been playing really well, but there is always room for improvement," he said. "So far I have two sacks and about five tackles, and on the offensive line I made the All-Met watch team."
Herron will look to keep Bullis undefeated this Friday night when they take on Avalon.