Garden City (N.Y.) Nassau C.C. offensive tackle Andrew Tiller took his first official visit to Rutgers back in December, and this weekend he took his second to Syracuse.
The two Big East schools had their chance to impress the three-star prospect and they did a good job.
What did the 6-foot-6, 320-pound lineman think of Syracuse?
"Yeah, I made it," Tiller confirmed upon completing his visit. "They just gave me a tour of the campus and we went out to eat. It was pretty much the same regular things you do on a visit."
Freshman offensive tackle Jonathan Meldrum was Tiller's host for the weekend and the two got along well.
Tiller may end up taking one more official visit before he makes his decision -- this time to a former member of the Big East.
"I might visit Miami," he said. "I talked to the Miami coaches on Friday. It's just pretty much those three -- Miami, Syracuse and Rutgers. I'm not looking at NC State.
"I'll be ready to make my decision sometime between now and Signing Day."
Tiller is ranked the No. 59 junior college prospect in the country according to Rivals.com.