Three-star defensive tackle Hunter Knighton of Princeton (N.J.) Hun School has already taken two visits in September, including an official one to Boston College. Recently he added his second official visit to the calendar as he will make his way to a Big Ten school in November.
"I took a visit to West Virginia unofficially and Boston College officially," said Knighton. "I'm not doing anything else until November, when my season ends."
Knighton already has one November visit scheduled.
"Purdue for sure on November 24th," he said. "That's all I know, but I'll take all five visits."
Knighton has a few goals in mind for his visit to Purdue.
"I really want to see how I fit in with the team and just feel them out for their work ethic and such," he said.
Overall, Knighton claims that he is currently receiving the most consistent interest from Boston College, West Virginia, Purdue, South Florida and Miami. He hopes to make a final decision in December before the holidays.
During his process he has realized several important things.
"I've learned that you really have to establish relationships with coaches to get the best feel for how you will fit when you go there," said Knighton, who is receiving interest as both a defensive tackle and offensive tackle.
On the field, Knighton is a few games into his senior season.
"It's going well," he said. "We are 1-1 and we have a bye week next week. I think I've developed a lot on the offensive side of the ball, especially against the pass rush."