Princeton (N.J.) The Hun School offensive guard Jeff Zuttah is looking for a place to call home by January. His first official visit was a good start to his five-city visit tour.
"It was great, I really enjoyed myself," said the 6-foot-4, 276-pounder who took an official visit to Florida State this past weekend. "I think I can really see myself in the Garnett and Gold and there is a tremndous oppurtunity there for me."
Zuttah, who has offers from more than 30 programs, is looking for a place where he feels comfortable and where he can play early. He wants to enroll in January wherever he goes. FSU would fit the bill.
"They barely have a two-deep along the offensive line returning next year so some freshman is going to play," he explained. "I figure that frosh might as well be me, especially since I will be there in January so we'll see. I fully intend on finishing all five visits before I make a decision,but FSU is definitely going to get very hard consideration."
Zuttah was hosted by massive offensive lineman Montae Holland and got along well with the players, especially the o-linemen.
"He is massive," Zuttah said of Holland. "He's a good guy and will be in the NFL next year along with a few others.
"I'll know the place for me when I get there, but it will take all five visits so I can compare. Right now FSU is right up there."
Zuttah trips to Penn State (this weekend, Nov. 22), Boston College (Nov. 29), Notre Dame (Dec. 6) and Michigan (Dec. 13) before he decides.
"They're all even right now," he said. "I need to see them all."