Tight end Harry Kehs out of Vienna (Va.) James Madison School made the trek across country for an official visit this weekend. The visit did enough to convince the 6-foot-3, 239-pounder to commit. Who did he commit to?
"The visit to Air Force was awesome," he said. "I actually committed on the visit Saturday night in the press box of the stadium.
"I've been to a lot of places and when I got on that campus, I talked to the coaches and players. It was an absolute perfect fit for me. That was the place for me and it was better than any place I'd get an offer from."
What did Kehs like about Air Force?
"Obviously the program is on the upside and they integrate their tight ends really well," he said. "It's a great atmosphere there and all the coaches are full of integrity. I can see myself studying under them to become a better football player.
"My recruiting coach, Ben Miller was big. He's just a great guy. He came to my house last week before the visit and I could see myself growing under him."
Kehs may not see much time as a freshman, but should get a chance for playing time early in his career.
"They are going to play me at tight end," he said. "I'm not sure what it'll be like as a freshman. If I get there and play my hardest maybe I can get some time. They have two juniors now that'll be seniors when I arrive. That should open up a lot of time for me as a sophomore."
For Kehs, it was an easy decision.
"Everybody was telling me this was the correct place to go and for me it just felt right in my heart," he said. "It's a great place. I encourage everybody else to check it out too."