Apopka (Fla.) defensive end Kyle Wilbur made an official visit to Central Florida this past weekend and has another official visit scheduled, to Colorado State, this coming weekend.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pounder liked what he saw in Orlando.
"It went good, I really enjoy it," he said. "I enjoyed the football players, the campus and everything about it up there."
His favorite part of the visit was being around the current Golden Knights players.
"I liked hanging out with all the guys, all the football players, I felt like I could really relate to them," Wilbur said.
Toward the end of his visit, he got the chance to sit down with Central Florida head coach George O'Leary.
"He talked to me about why he's recruiting me," Wilbur said. "He said he likes the way I perform on the field. He thinks I can be a really good open space type of guy."
Despite his great visit, there is no current leader for Wilbur.
"It's all even right now," Wilbur said.
Nebraska, which was leading, has seemingly backed off of the nation's No. 32 weakside defensive end prospect.
"Nebraska hasn't been calling me anymore," he said. "I think they are kind of done, you know."
This coming weekend, Wilbur will make an official visit to Colorado State.
"I don't really know anything about them," he said. "I thought that would be a good trip to make."
Matt Lubick is recruiting him for the Rams.
"He's a pretty cool guy," he said. "I really don't know him that well. I'm just going up to see what it's all about and hopefully I can get to know him better."
The three-star rated recruit also has gotten interest from Wake Forest, Southern Mississippi, Ole Miss and Kentucky.