Homestead (Fla.) quarterback/athlete A'Jami Guyton thinks he has the tools to play quarterback at the next level, but also believes he may fit in fine at another position.
"Pittsburgh has offered me as a wide receiver," he said. "Also, the Ole Miss receivers coach Matt Lubick is writing me all the time telling me about coming up there and playing receiver for them.
"It's cool. It doesn't matter to me."
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As a quarterback, Guyton has a strong, accurate arm and uses his quick feet and good speed to make plays in the running game. Those parts of his game should allow the 6-foot, 189-pounder to make a smooth transition to wide receiver at the next level should quarterback not work out.
Other programs, in addition to the Rebels and Panthers, have been in contact with Guyton.
"I have been getting attention from Auburn and UCF," Guyton said. "I couldn't go to either spring game because of the SAT or the Elite 11 quarterback workout."
For Guyton, the Elite 11 workout in Coral Gables, Fla., was a successful one.
"I finished second (in my group) in the accuracy competition," he said.
Observers at the camp agreed that Guyton performed well.
Guyton knows for sure that he will camp at Miami (Fla.) and Georgia Tech this summer and hopes to go other places. He attended the Miami NIKE Camp on Sunday.
"I'm trying to get to as many camps as I can," he said.