Rivals250 linebacker Melvin Keihn is very busy this week with in-home visits. On Monday the Under Armour All-American hosted coach Mike London from Virginia. Keihn had one specific question he needed answered.
"I had to ask about his job security," said the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Keihn. "It was a good visit with Virginia."
On Tuesday night Keihn, who is announcing at the Under Armour All-American Game in January, was supposed to host some coaches from Miami but the plans fell through.
"The Miami coaches want me to go down there in January for a visit and not this weekend before the dead period," he said. "I'll be committed before that January visit and I wouldn't be able to take that visit if I'm not committed there because I'm not going to decommit just to take a visit down there. They are the only school I haven't visited and if I haven't visited them before January then I'm not going to go for a visit down there if I'm already committed to another school."
Coaches from Virginia Tech and Maryland are visiting Keihn on Wednesday and Thursday nights, respectively.
"I don't know what I'm going to talk about with the Virginia Tech and Maryland coaches," Keihn said. "I feel like I've already talked to these coaches already. I'm just going to let them do the talking and let them talk to my family.
"I've been to these schools at least three times," he said. "I've already asked them all the questions I need to ask them. I just want to hear what they have to say and if I have a question I'll ask."
On Friday Penn State will get their in-home visit with Keihn.
"We just want to find out more about Penn State," said Keihn. "We want to learn more about their plan for the future."
Keihn took official visits to Virginia on October 19, Maryland on October 26, Virginia Tech on November 15 and Penn State on November 29.