Last week Vienna (Va.) James Madison School tight end Harry Kehs took a visit west to the Air Force Academy. The 6-foot-3, 239-pounder enjoyed the visit, but was it enough to push them into his list of favorites?
"It was absolutely amazing," he said. "I was kind of skeptical going in since it's a military academy, but the facilities are as good as I've seen and the coaches were really laid back and cool to talk to. They seemed real smart and good guys. It was a real eye opener going out there."
What did Kehs do on the visit?
"I got to watch their practice, sit in on meetings, watch weight training and tour all the facilities," he said. "I also talked to the head coach for about an hour and he told me he sees me as a true tight end there. He also mentioned playing time will be good too and then said they are building a great program and they need character players to win big in the future.
"It was pretty militaristic, but still laid back and cool. It was a comfortable environment to be in and I could see myself there.
The two-star prospect believes Air Force has moved forward due to the visit.
"In relation to the other schools, they would definitely make it a tough decision for me and be right up there with Penn State or Nc State. It was great and a real shocker for me."
Kehs is working on official visits and believes he's looking at ones to Penn State, Maryland and possibly NC State this fall.